A list of news concerning BALL and BALLView
A new release of BALL and BALLView containing our new ballaxy tools has been released.
A new stable release for BALL has been released.
Members of the BALL developer team will attend the ECCB 2012 held in Basel.
Mailing lists moved to google groups.
The first bugfix release of BALL 1.4 has been released November 28th 2011.
Art & Science award for the BALL project
Best presentation award for the BALL project
The new BALLView kiosk mode is going to be presented at the ISC Hamburg 2011 that is taking place from 06/20/2011 to 06/23/2011.
This summer, within the context of this science year's subject "Research for our health", the ship MS Wissenschaft will cruise on German rivers. BALLView, our tool for modelling and visualising medically relevant molecules, developed by Bioinformaticians of both the Saarland University and the Eberhard-Karls-University Tübingen will also be on board.
Visit members of the BALL developer team at Saarland University's booth to learn about BALLView's new features and current trends.
The first version of the new BALL 1.4 release cycle has been released.
A new publication on BALL has just been published by BMC Bioinformatics.
The BALL project's latest version 1.3.2 is included in Unbuntu (10.04), and will be included in the upcoming debian release (squeeze). In order to use BALLView, it is sufficient to install the 'ballview' package. For developing programs the packages "libball1.3-dev" and "libballview1.3-dev" are needed.
OpenMol, a project of Helmut Prendinger's group in Tokyo, builds on BALLView to bring molecular structures to virtual worlds.
The second bugfix release of BALL 1.3 has been released.
The first bugfix release of BALL 1.3 has finally arrived.
At this year's GCB, BALLView with Raytracing won the best poster award.
We are pleased to announce the release 1.3 of our molecular modeling and visualization packages BALL and BALLView. Release 1.3 marks a considerable milestone for BALL and BALLView due to numerous changes to the visualization architecture and cross platform support. It now features ~700,000 lines of code and ~ 730 classes.
Several cleanups made a name change for the branches in the BALL Git repository necessary.
On ISMB/ECCB 2009 in Stockholm the BALLView team presented some of the raytracing capabilities which are currently scheduled for inclusion.