Jalview is free to end-users because of support from the UK's BBSRC and The Wellcome Trust

If you would like to see Jalview continue to be available then please take a few minutes to write us a support letter saying how you use Jalview in your research/teaching.

Write as a PDF including your institution's heading and send to: by Friday 19th October 2018.

Thank you all those who have already written such nice letters!

500th vote for the Jalview users poll was cast on Thursday 19th June

The Jalview user poll has been running for two months, and as of today 506 people have voted. 53% of those voting were biologists. Bioinformatician (35%) and software developer (4%) represented 39% of the votes. The rest of the votes where by chemists (5%) and clinical researchers (2%). Thank you to those of you that have taken the time to vote, it is appreciated.

Jalview talk and users meeting in Berlin at ISMB 2013

If you plan to attend the ISMB meeting in Berlin this July, then be sure to come to the Jalview and JABAWS users, developers, and educators birds-of-a-feather meeting on Monday July 22nd at 5.40pm. We will also talk about the latest developments in Jalview and JABAWS during the Jalview Technology Track Talk (see TT01) which takes place at 10.30am on Sunday July 21st in Hall 9.

Jalview and 2013 Google Summer of Code at the Scottish Phylogeny Discussion Group

On Monday 18th February, Jim Procter gave the opening talk at the Scottish Phylogeny Discussion Group meeting, which was held at the James Hutton Institute in Invergowrie - just a little further up the Tay from Dundee. The program for the afternoon also included some great talks from Rosanna Alderson (John Mitchell's group in St.


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