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<b>But:</b>SynBioWave is an extension to the Wave environment.<br /><br />
<b>But:</b>SynBioWave is an extension to the Wave environment.<br /><br />
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The concept of the online collaboration environment wave may be familiar to some of you. If that is the case you may simply skip this paragraph.<img src="http://2010.igem.org/wiki/images/e/e8/Freiburg_10_software_Wavelogo.png" style="float: right; width: 150px; heigth: auto;" title="The Google Wave Logo"/>
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The concept of the online collaboration environment wave may be familiar to some of you. If that is the case you may simply skip this paragraph.<br /><img src="http://2010.igem.org/wiki/images/e/e8/Freiburg_10_software_Wavelogo.png" style="float: right; width: 150px; heigth: auto;" title="The Google Wave Logo"/> Wave was first introduced by Google in 2009. For further information please see the <a href="http://2010.igem.org/Team:Freiburg_Software/Developer/Technologies"> used technologies</a> section. <br />
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SynBioWave was developed and currently runs using Google Wave. That's why you will need an account there if you want to test it. If you already have a google account (for Google Mail or Calender) you can simply use this one.
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Getting Started

Before we tell you what SynBioWave is, we would like to tell you what it is not:
SynBioWave is not a software that you have to download, install and then run on you local PC. SynBioWave is not a stand-alone web application that runs on a server somewhere.
But:SynBioWave is an extension to the Wave environment.

Wave? What is that?

The concept of the online collaboration environment wave may be familiar to some of you. If that is the case you may simply skip this paragraph.
Wave was first introduced by Google in 2009. For further information please see the used technologies section.
SynBioWave was developed and currently runs using Google Wave. That's why you will need an account there if you want to test it. If you already have a google account (for Google Mail or Calender) you can simply use this one.