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October 2, 2015
Volume 24 Issue 1

  • Royal Society of Canada names new Fellows
  • Science in the federal election
  • Project managers wanted
  • Sustainable Agri-Food Production and Health: 21st Century Solutions
  • Fellows of the Glenbow-Alberta Institute
  • Faculty of Nursing gets $1 million for chair in childhood cancer research
 ...and more news, tweets & events!

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A compendium of news and research from around the country and around the world

GE3LS: Genomics and its related Ethical, Economic, Environmental, Legal and Social aspects.

Current Issue

October 2, 2015

In this issue:

  • A genetic test could predict future troubles for kidney donors – why not use it?
  • Testing without context
  • We can now sequence a whole human genome in 26 hours
  • UNL leads $13.5 million research to enhance sorghhum for biofuel
  • What 2,500 sequenced genomes say about humanity’s future
  • How one family faced difficult decisions about DNA sequencing