November 12, 2020 Newsletter – Lasergene Student Research Licenses, SeqMan Ultra Webinar, Updates to Perpetual Licenses
Welcome to November’s newsletter! As fall officially comes to a close, we hope this newsletter finds you well and staying safe. Below you’ll find information about our new student licenses, next month’s webinar, an update on perpetual licenses, and more information about the upcoming Lasergene 17.2 release.
Lasergene student research licenses now available
We know that being a student usually means having limited resources. That’s why we’ve created new, special pricing for Lasergene Molecular Biology, available exclusively to students.
Did you know we also offer free educational licenses to qualified instructors of undergraduate or graduate courses? Preparing students for a career in science can be challenging enough without the hurdle of online teaching that is facing most of us now. Help your students get more hands-on experience at home by giving them access to professional sequence analysis software. Learn more.
Phasing out perpetual licenses
After December 31, 2020, DNASTAR will no longer be offering perpetual licenses as we transition to an annual license model. If you are interested in purchasing a perpetual license, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of the year.
Are you ready for Lasergene 17.2?
The wait for Lasergene 17.2 is almost over! This release incorporates your feedback to improve the workflows for Sanger Sequence assemblies, NGS assemblies and variant analysis, and multiple sequence alignments. If you are a current customer, upgrades are always included as part of your service plan. If your service plan has expired, please request a quote to renew!
Webinar: What’s New in SeqMan Ultra?
We invite you to join us on December 9th for a live demo of SeqMan Ultra’s new features and updates for Lasergene 17.2. The webinar, presented by DNASTAR Senior Product Manager Matt Keyser, will also feature a live Q&A to help you get started with the new version.