Monthly Archives: January 2015

Helping us to help you

Some time ago, we posted about the Progenesis Improvement Program (PIP), specifically about the reason why you should opt in: “Because it’s in your interest; you’ll get better, faster software as a result.” That’s a pretty ambitious claim – one lots of software companies make when trying to persuade you to participate in their feedback […]

Structural biology with Progenesis: Hybrid Vigour

We recently published a blog in which Progenesis QI was being turned to new uses (in food standards); I’m happy to say that we can now say likewise for Progenesis QI for proteomics, this time in structural biology! A 2014 publication in Nature Methods (Argyris Politis and Florian Stengel et al., [1]) described the development […]