About cadnano

The first version cadnano was initially developed in William Shih's laboratory at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and released under the MIT license. More recently, the development of cadnano2 has been supported under the same open-source license by the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University. In addition, Autodesk, Inc. has contributed to making cadnano2 work as a plugin for Maya, so it can display interactive 3D geometry in addition to the standalone views.

The cadnano team:

Past contributors

For more information about cadnano, contact Shawn Douglas.