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Kick-off for EU project PRIME-XS

The PRIME-XS consortium provides an infrastructure of state-of-the-art proteomics technology to the biological and biomedical research community in Europe.

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OpenMS/TOPP 1.8 released

OpenMS/TOPP 1.8, the latest stable version of OpenMS/TOPP, has been released.

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Courses for the summer term online

We have updated the our webpages with details of the courses we teach in summer 2011.

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Computational Proteomics Tutorial at DGMS 2011

We are offering a one-day short course on computational proteomics using OpenMS/TOPP at the DGMS annual meeting in Dortmund this year.

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New name, same old people

As part of the restructuring of the new Faculty of Science the name of our group changed from 'Simulation of biological Systems' to 'Applied Bioinformatics'.

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Sven Nahnsen received his PhD

We are pleased to congratulate Dr. Sven Nahnsen on passing his PhD exam and wish him all the best for his future.

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BALL and BALLView 1.4.0 released

We are happy to announce the latest release of BALL and BALLView. The release adds some new functionality in library and visualization,

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Marc Sturm received his PhD

We are pleased to congratulate Dr. Marc Sturm on passing his PhD exam and wish him all the best for the future.

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VizBi talk online

Visualization of proteomics data

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BALL/BALLView 1.3.1 released

We are happy to announce BALL 1.3.1, a bugfix release together with a first alpha version of BALLView 2.0. BALLView 2.0 features real-time ray tracing for molecular visualization for the first time.

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