On Sunday 1st March, Suzanne Duce took a laptop and screen to Charleston Community Centre for a STEM Family Fun Day, as part of the Dundee Women's Festival. Around 100 visitors attended the event where children got the chance to try out Jalview’s dinosaur hands-on activity.
Jalview's Public Engagement team led by Suzanne Duce won the 2019 School of Life Sciences ‘Brian Cox Public Engagement Project of the Year’ award at the University of Dundee.
Ben Soares and Suzanne Duce visited Forfar Academy, Angus on Wednesday 18th December to test the 'Visualising DNA, RNA & Proteins in Jalview’ Schools Workbook with a class of 17 Nat 5 biology pupils.
The School of Life Sciences in the University of Dundee hosted this year’s ELIXIR-UK All Hands meeting. On Monday 9th December, Geoff Barton opened the two-day meeting.
We're pleased to announce Jalview 2.11.0 is now also available for installation via bioconda.
On Saturday 14th September at the School of Medicine, Jalview took part in Dundee's Doors Open Day. Visitors tried out the new ‘Visualising DNA, RNA & Proteins’ Jalview School Workbook.
We are quite excited about the release of Jalview 2.11.0!
Allison Meighan, a final year jewellery and metalwork undergraduate at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design at the University of Dundee, took inspiration for her final year project from mitochondrial DNA sequences.
Dr Suzanne Duce ran hands-on demonstrations of Jalview for the public in the University’s LifeSpace Science Art Research Gallery on Saturday 11th May. This was part of the Wellcome Centre for Anti-Infectives Research’s Drug Design: Drug Discovery afternoon of activities and tours.