Video: Molecular Workbench Brings Science to Life in the Browser

As we make our award-winning Molecular Workbench software more accessible and widely available, we’re documenting our story at the same time. Google’s grant to the Concord Consortium funds the conversion of MW from Java to HTML5 so it will run in modern Web browsers. This will reduce barriers for using the next generation MW in schools. Students will be able to access the software from a Web page on a school computer, iPad, or smartphone, giving them anywhere, anytime access to powerful science learning opportunities.

We’re creating videos to share our conversion story. We’ll describe Molecular Workbench, our technical development process, and the benefits of HTML5. We’ve teamed up with the excellent staff of Good Life Productions to produce these videos.

In the first video, Concord Consortium’s Director of Technology Stephen Bannasch describes the power of the modern Web browser to bring science to life. Enjoy.

 

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