If you are having a problem with software included in the BioGrids suite or think you've discovered an application bug, please use the BioGrids web form to alert us to the problem. You can also email bugs@BioGrids.org with details on the problem, but the web form is the preferred method.
We try to accommodate most requests for new software, but we do occasionally run into difficulties. Despite most of our software being free for academics, some developers insist that each lab download and install their own software. We are happy to provide developers with the list of BioGrids members that have access to their software, but that doesn't always satisfy their requirements.
Even when things go smoothly, license requests and working out licensing details with developers can take some time, so please don't wait until the last minute before requesting software you anticipate you may need for your project.
BioGrids sends a monthly newsletter with information concerning software updates, upcoming webinars, talks and other items of interest to our community. The archive of previous newsletters is available online at the BioGrids Newsletter Archive.