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Please feel free to add here news and links about events involving the use or development of Jmol: courses, meetings, etc. Date order, latest events first.

Postgraduate course: In vitro and in silico analysis of DNA and proteins

(in Spanish) Universidad Nacional de La Pampa (Argentina) - 1-11 December 2015

This course will deal with different topics on Molecular Biology with a strong focus on Molecular Visualization, using Jmol and JSmol.

Instructor: Angel Herráez

Curso de posgrado: Análisis in vitro e in silico de ADN y proteínas

Course on Proteopedia, University of Alcalá (Spain) 2014

2-day theoretical and practical course on Proteopedia as a tool for display and analysis of protein structure and function.

University of Alcalá, 2-3 October 2014

Instructors: Jaime Prilusky and Angel Herráez

With emphasis on teaching applications and the recent update to Java-free Proteopedia thanks to implementation of JSmol.

Program and information.

SMARTER 4 conference in Durham, UK, Sept. 2014

Conference website:

Bob Hanson gave a presentation on Why visualise? Not Just a Pretty Picture (Powerpoint PPTX file)

23rd Congress of the International Union of Crystallography, Montreal, Aug. 2014

Conference website:

Bob Hanson gave a presentation on New Methods for the Visualization of Incommensurately (and Commensurately) Modulated Structures (Powerpoint PPTX file)

University of Alcalá (Spain) 2014

Bob Hanson gives two presentations at the Experimental Sciences Campus, University of Alcalá (Madrid, Spain).
Location: Aula de Grados, Facultad de Farmacia (School of Pharmacy). Map

  • Molecular visualization in the age of international connectivity: Easy-to-use connection between chemical structure and spectra for teachers and students.
Wed. 21 May 2014, 11:30 h.
  • Innovative molecular visualization in biochemistry and pharmacology: Using surfaces to depict contacts and interactions.
Thu. 22 May 2014, 11:30 h.

Chirality 2011

23rd International Symposium on Chiral Discrimination (Website)

July 10-13, 2011 in the University of Liverpool, UK.

Session 10 - Teaching and Presenting Chirality will host two invited lectures:

  • ChemTube3D: Web-Based Interactive 3D Simulations of Stereo- and Enantioselective Organic Reaction Mechanisms. Nick Greeves & Neil Berry. (Wednesday 13 July, 2 pm).

Multimedia and Visualization Innovations for Science 

A one-day workshop, within ICSTI's 2011 Winter Meeting, hosted by Microsoft.

February 8, 2011 in Redmond, WA, USA.

Bob Hanson presented the talk:

BCCE 2010

21st Biennial Conference on Chemical Education

August 1-5, 2010 at the University of North Texas in Denton, TX, USA.

Bob Hanson, Jonathan Gutow and Angel Herráez led 2 workshops on the use of Jmol:

  • An Introduction to Jmol (1st run, Sunday 1 Aug. 2010 from 2 to 5 pm). Intended for people who are unfamiliar with or relatively new to using Jmol for molecular visualization.
  • An Introduction to Jmol (2nd run, Wednesday 4 Aug. 2010 from 2 to 5 pm).
  • Advanced Jmol Techniques (Monday 2 Aug. 2010 from 9 am to 12 noon). Intended for experienced Jmol web site developers, to exchange ideas and work on a project.