Jean Peccoud will give an update on GenoCAD recent developments at the Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC) that will be held July 19-20 in Berlin as part of the ISMB/ECCB 2013 pre-conference program. Jean Peccoud will also participate in a round-table about "Strategies for Funding and Maintaining Open Source Software". See the complete BOSC 2013 [...]
On July 26th, 2013 at 1:30 pm, we will give a free GenoCAD training at the Matas Library of Health Sciences at Tulane University in New Orleans. See details and register using the forms below. [contentblock id=8 img=iframe.png]
Systems and synthetic biology are cross-fertilizing each other in unexpected but very productive ways. For several years ICSB has included synthetic biology sessions. Many keynote speakers are known for their work in synthetic biology or at the interface between synthetic and systems biology. This tutorial will give ICSB participant an opportunity to practice synthetic biology [...]
For several months, the GenoCAD team and OpenHelix have been crafting training materials to help new users become aware of the features of GenoCAD. We’ve now rolled out workshops to bring live training to researchers who will benefit from using the computer-assisted design tools for genetic parts. We held the workshop on June 17 at [...]
GenoCAD was upgraded to v2.2.0 on February 3, 2013; this release builds on the new grammar editor that was introduced in v2.0.0. We’ve added some new features that make it easier to implement grammars and to share what you have created with your colleagues. Enhanced Copy, Export, and Import of Grammars: Now it is possible [...]
We are happy to announce our latest release, GenoCAD v.2.0! In addition to a sharp, updated look, it has the following new features: • A more intuitive user interface that guides users through the sequence design process (parts/libraries -> designs -> simulation) • Context-sensitive Help to guide users through each page. • Public Designs that [...]
Genome Web publishes an article about software for synthetic biology that extensively describes our approach of computational synthetic biology. Read the article.
GenoCAD has now its very own Wikipedia page . GenoCAD users and developers, please pitch in to make it even better and keep it up to date.