Wednesday, May 22, 2013

More than a decade of PEAKS

Staring at the calendar, I can not believe it is almost half way into the year of 2013. The PEAKS team is hard at work and strive to better serve the mass spec proteomics community by adding tons of new features to every releases.

Ever since the first release, PEAKS has gone through many iterations and/or dramatic changes to become what it is today.

What new features will be in this year's release? Stay tuned!

1 comment:

  1. Congrats to the PEAKS team for completing ten years of success. It's surely something worth celebrating. Well, talking about celebration, I have a reason to celebrate too – I found a website that has the best dissertation writers In UK. So there’s that. Anyway, I hope PEAKS keeps moving in the right direction.