Track development with Planet Bioclipse:
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Around the EMBRACE funded Bioclipse Workshop in Uppsala May 2007, the first betas of the Bioclipse 1.2 version are being release, as the 1.1.x series. It is feature based, so that the core download is now down to only 26MB, after which you can select functionality you want to use and download it from the update.bioclipse.net website.
The Bioclipse team is proud to announce the release of Bioclipse 1.0.
Bioclipse  is a free, open source, workbench for chemo- and bioinformatics with powerful editing and visualization capabilities for molecules, sequences, proteins, spectra etc. The major features of version 1.0 are:
* Import and export in various file formats
* Visual editing of molecular 2D-structures
* 3D-visualization of molecules and proteins
* Editing and visualization of sequences and features (DNA, RNA, proteins etc)
* Graphing and editing of various types of spectra, e. g. NMR, MS
* Retrieval of resources (sequences, proteins, etc) from public data repositories
* Scripting of 3D-visualizations with syntax highlighting and content assistance
* PDB-editor with syntax highlighting for working with PDB files
* CMLRSS-viewer for downloading chemical content published on the web using RSS-feeds
* Integrated, searchable help-system
* Hierarchical view of molecular and macromolecular substructures and calculation of chemical properties
* Connection with external programs, e. g. PyMol... read more
Bioclipse 0.9.9 has been released, presumably the last beta before the long awaited 1.0 release. Maybe bug fixes, among which for drag/drop and copy/paste, and saving resources.
The Dutch version of the Google Summer of Code,
Programmeerzomer.nl, announced today the five students participating. I was happy to see that Rob Schellhorn was selected with his project proposal for a Ghemical plugin for Bioclipse.
Bioclipse 0.9.2 is the first, hopefully only, release candidate for the 1.0 release. Please download and if you find bugs or problems, please file them in our SourceForge bug track system.
The Bioclipse team is proud to announce the winning of the JAX Innovation audience award and the 3rd price of the JAX innovation award jury
(http://www.jax-award.com/). Ola Spjuth, Egon Willighagen and Christoph Steinbeck attended the ceremony in Wiesbaden, Germany, on 11.05.06 and were very excited to leave the place with not just one but two prices in hand.
Ola gave a great presentation and won the audience, while you, the developers of Bioclipse and its components made the other price possible. ... read more
Bioclipse has been nominated as one of the ten candidates for the JAX Innovation ward 2006. The first prize will be awarded to the most innovative projects based on Java and Eclipse. The award ceremony takes place in Wiesbaden May 10th at the JAX 2006 conference.
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Version 0.8.1 includes the CMLRSS plugin and is available for Windows, Linux and Mac.