Launch of the Open Molecule Foundation
attwood at bsm.bioc.ucl.ac.uk
Thu Sep 12 16:12:53 EST 1996
The 19th of September 1996 sees the official launch of the Open Molecule
Foundation (OMF). The OMF is an open, non-profit making organisation,
which intends to provide reusable, pre-competitive applets and Java
packages to be made freely available over the Internet for the bio- and
chemo- informatics communities.
Membership of the OMF is free to academics and non-profit making
and there is a varying scale of commitment for commercial organisations.
For further details on membership, please visit the OMF WWW site at:
Sun, amongst others, is a keen supporter of this open organisation, and
as such has kindly agreed to host the launch event at it's City of
London offices (25 Ropemaker Street, London, EC2Y 9AS).
The event will commence at 9am, the agenda is as follows:
9.00 Registration and Coffee
9.30 Welcome David Parry-Smith -
9.40 Demo of CINEMA and Terri Attwood - UCL
Future Directions Andrew Payne -
10.20 Coffee Break
10.50 Spectral Browsers and Peter Murray-Rust - VSMS
Java Compound Card Richard Kinder - SunSoft
11.30 Electronic Publishing Henry Rzepa - Imperial
11.40 Java, Joe, NEO and the OMF Paul Bellchambers -
11.55 Q & A Session Adam Precious - MDIS
Introduction to OMF Moni Pangali - Sun Microsystems
- Future events
13.30 Optional workshops - opportunity to gain hands-on experience of
subjects covered during morning sessions.
STREAM A STREAM B
13.30 - 14.30 BIOINFORMATICS CHEMOINFORMATICS
Workshop Leaders Workshop Leaders
Terri Attwood Peter Murray-Rust
David Parry-Smith Henry Rzepa
Andrew Payne Richard Kinder
14.30 - 15.30 BIOINFORMATICS CHEMOINFORMATICS
If you wish to attend this event, please complete the form to be found
at the following URL:
pp. The OMF.
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