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Open source chemistry software libraries and tools
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Read my article over on +Opensource.com about +Open Chemistry's first +Google Summer of Code, and learn more about what our students contributed over the summer, just in time for the mentor summit this weekend

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We are very pleased to announce that we have three student projects for our first Google Summer of Code. We are looking forward to a fantastic summer of code!

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We are very pleased to announce that the Open Chemistry project has been accepted as a mentoring organization in the Google Summer of Code program. If you are a student, or know one, that is interested in working on open source chemistry code we would love to hear from you

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Our Google Summer of Code organization application has been submitted, and we have some great ideas. Keep your fingers crossed for us, and look out for the results on 29 February!

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Check out the latest tomviz release, featuring accelerated contouring and a number of other improvements. This is our final release before moving to Qt 5, and exposing deeper integration with ITK for segmentation.

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Check out the latest release of tomviz, now with even more tools to enable reconstruction of your data, some experimental support for ITK, and much more. We also hosted a small hackathon at +Kitware headquarters, it was great to spend the day hacking with our collaborators from +Cornell University!

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I just saw on the Blue Obelisk list that the original Blue Obelisk paper has been liberated, and is now available CC-BY! This is great news, thanks to +Egon Willighagen, +Christoph Steinbeck, and anyone else who helped make this happen (and indeed authored the original or second paper/took part in the Blue Obelisk)

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Putting together our +Google Summer of Code proposal for GSoC 2015, wish us luck, and make sure to get your proposals submitted by the 20th. Very excited to have pulled together such a great collection of ideas from a range of open source chemistry projects!

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Check out the latest release of tomviz, an open source application for materials tomography visualization, reconstruction, and analysis. Read more about it at http://red.ht/1tZNTno and download the latest version here http://www.tomviz.org/downloads/

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