HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – HudsonAlpha’s iCell is now fully available on the Windows 8 platform, potentially reaching an audience of more than 4 million Windows 8 users worldwide. The new Microsoft system features easier-to-open apps for tablets and PCs, making iCell easier to access on Windows 8 devices.
Genetics, genomics and biotechnology are fast-paced and ever-changing fields with new discoveries occurring every day. To help educators stay up to date on these discoveries and how to bring them into the classroom, the HudsonAlpha Education Outreach team publishes an annual Biotechnology Guidebook. A PDF version of the guidebook is available at the bottom of this page for downloading.
The HudsonAlpha iCell application received praise Saturday when Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News placed the smartphone app on its list for best science apps. iCell continues to receive recognition nationally as it was featured on Apple's top ten free education apps list earlier this year. To learn more about the app, click here. To read about the best science apps from Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, click here.