New version of WholeCell.org launched!
We are pleased to launch a new, improved version of WholeCell.org. The new version includes an introduction to the goals and motivations for whole-cell modeling, an overview of how researchers are approaching whole-cell modeling, links to whole-cell models and whole-cell modeling tools, and links to meetings, articles, and lectures about whole-cell modeling.
Twitter feed launched!
2019 whole-cell modeling school funded by EMBO
Jonathan Karr, Damjana Kastelic, Maria Lluch-Senar, and Luis Serrano received funding from EMBO for the third WC modeling school in April 2019. With EMBO support, the school will be expanded to 7 days.
NIH funds new center for systematic, scalable modeling
The NIBIB has funded the new Center for Reproducible Biomedical Modeling to develop new methods and software tools for systematically and scalable building biomodels, including whole-cell models. The center is a joint effort among Herbert Sauro and John Gennari at the University of Washington; Jonathan Karr and Arthur Goldberg at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Ion Moraru, James Schaff, and Michael Blinov at the University of Connecticut; and David Nickerson at the University of Auckland.