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  • Tim Caulfield Named to Order of Canada

    Congratulations to Tim Caulfield for being named to the Order of Canada!

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    Tim Caulfield Named to Order of Canada

    Congratulations to Tim Caulfield for being named to the Order of Canada!

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    Srijak Bhatnagar - Alberta Research Profile

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    Timothy Caulfield - Alberta Research Profile

    A profile on Timothy Caulfield a Professor in the Faculty of Law and School of Public Health, Research Director of the Health Law Institute at the University of Alberta, and a Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy

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    David Wishart - Alberta Research Profile

    A profile on Dr. David Wishart. A Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta with training in physics, biochemistry, biophysics, pharmaceutical science, and computational biology.

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    Ellen Goddard - Alberta Research Profile

    A profile on Dr. Ellen Goddard. A Professor within the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Science, Department of Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology at the University of Alberta.

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    Genome Alberta 2021-2022 Annual Report

    Genome Alberta is pleased to share our 2021-2022 Annual Report

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    Ian Lewis - Alberta Research Profile

    An interview with Dr. Ian Lewis, an expert in Precision Infection Management, metabolic, and other analytical tools to identify metabolites to investigate adaptation and fatality of human pathogens.

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    Lisa Gieg - Alberta Research Profile

    A profile on Dr. Lisa Gieg, an expert on how microorganisms metabolize various compounds in association with the energy industry.

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    Career Opportunity - Program Officer

    Details and application information for the position of Program Officer with Genome Alberta

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    Nadir Erbilgin - Alberta Research Profile

    A profile on Dr. Nadir Erbilgin, a research expert on Forest Entomology and Chemical Ecology focuses on how biotic stressors and abiotic stressors alter plant defences and anatomy.

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    Career Opportunity - Director of Communications & Stakeholder Relations

    We're hiring!

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    Tarah Lynch - Alberta Research Profile

    A profile on Dr. Tarah Lynch, a research expert on numerous topics such as viral sequencing, to the development and deployment of bioinformatics tools in the public health setting.

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    Kim TallBear - Alberta Research Profile

    A profile on Dr. Kim TallBear, an expert in race science, Indigenous studies, DNA testing and decolonizing polyamory with research spanning social, community, and science studies.

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    A race against the clock: how a new metabolomics assay for bloodstream infections could save lives

    Team led by Dr. Ian Lewis (UofC) develops bloodstream infection diagnostic tool

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    The Canadian COVID-19 Genomics Network (CanCOGeN) is changing the way public health data is shared across Canada

    Genome Canada and Genome Alberta reflect on CanCOGeN

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    APL sequences Monkeypox Virus - Part 2

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    APL sequences Monkeypox Virus

    In this two part series, Don Hill speaks with APL’s genomics and bioinformatics teams to discuss expanding genome sequencing capacity and the significance of sequencing the monkeypox virus.

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    Pan-Canadian Genomics Strategy consultation launched

    A consultation portal for the Pan-Canadian Genomics Strategy

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    All for One for all Canadians

    Genomics in the clinic

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    Alberta research moves clinical genomics to the forefront

    Clinical genomics in Alberta

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    Genomics investments deliver precision health for Canadians

    All for One

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    Genomic sequencing provides Somji family with roadmap for daughter’s care

    An avenue toward an answer

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    Program Officer Opportunity

    Career opportunity

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    Public preferences for managing Chronic Wasting Disease

    Part 2: CWD and society

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    Canadians want action to manage Chronic Wasting Disease

    Part 1:CWD and society

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    New genomics investments drive innovation in Canadian forestry, agriculture, and healthcare

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    BioNet Alberta: Training bioinformaticians today for a better future tomorrow

    The Graduate Certificate in Bioinformatics at the University of Lethbridge is a six-month part-time program consisting of four courses. This training will provide hands-on learning which will prepare the graduates with the tools they need to solve problems that will accelerate research across various life science industries.

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    Canada's contribution to the global effort to map the genomes of complex life on Earth

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    Pitch & Polish your science writing

    Pitching & Polishing

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    I am a tree - A Genome Alberta Christmas reading

    I am a tree

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    UK-Canada One Health Workshop Report

    Report from the AMR front

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    Career Opportunity - Controller

    Genome Alberta is hiring

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    Career Opportunity - Agricultural Program Officer

    We're hiring

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    Industry Highlight: Alpha Phenomics gives the beef industry the full genetic picture

    Taking feed efficiency from genomic prediction to reality.

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    From Innovation to Impact: Genome Alberta looks to 2025

    Our new Strategic Plan

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    Select the resilient ones! Let’s save our forests!

    Selecting trees to adapt to climate change

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    Why Science? to air on Windspeaker radio in Alberta

    Why Science?

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    Methane eating microbes to the rescue, how Arctic deep-sea research is exploring new frontiers

    Oil eating microbes

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    Helping forests resist mountain pine beetle

    Pine Beetle Whisperers

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    New genomics funding to meet environmental challenges

    $12 million for new research

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    New genomic projects will make natural resources and environment sectors more resilient to climate change

    LSARP announcement

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    Tip of the hat to Alberta Science Fairs

    Supporting your local Science Fair

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    Open source, open data as game changers in ending a pandemic

    The largest global collaboration of scientists ever is supported by open source, freely shared software. Here’s why that matters.

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    US to Build New ‘National Bioinformatics Infrastructure’

    President Biden earmarked $300 million to build and support a “National Bioinformatics Infrastructure.” Will it put an end to bottlenecks in bioinformatics?

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    Life’s Edge – a review

    what it means to be alive

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    Alberta research to spot early stage lung cancer

    Earlier cancer detection

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    The case for biomanufacturing in Canada

    Diversification though biomanufacturing

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    Science Fair Season 2021 – update

    virtually time!

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    Using metabolomics to understand maternal and fetal health

    Metabolomics study of pregnant women

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    Bioinformatics beats AI in genetic sequence ‘lab of origin’ tracking challenge

    It’s not everyday that a new computing approach rises to conquer the crowd favorite -- Machine Deep Learning (aka AI in laymen usage). But today Bioinformatics won the race to find which lab did the deed

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    COVID-19 Variant Sequencing Statement

    Statement by MLA Issik

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    New applied genomics research investments bring solutions to real-world challenges facing Canadians

    Genome Alberta co-lead on new project

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    What is a Clade?

    Matryoshka dolls for biologists

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    Bakers add free bioinformatics tools to their kitchens

    Cake and cookies, oh my! Bioinformatics isn’t just for medicine anymore.

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    CanCOGeN doubling sequencing tests

    Mutation spotting

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    Integrated Variants of Concern Strategy to track fast-spreading SARS-CoV-2 variants

    Investing in variant tracking

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    Bacon and Eggheads and Pandemic Preparedness

    Pandemic prep

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    Hunting for viral mutations in Alberta

    Genomics technology was ready for the pandemic

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    Alberta using sequencing technology to track COVID-19

    Sampling, sequencing,and sharing

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    Science Fair Season 2021

    It’s happening virtually!

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    Bioinformatics in the War on Drug Resistant Diseases

    While everyone is battling the current pandemic, superbugs are expanding another battlefield. Here is how bioinformatics is improving our odds for survival

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    Canada's COVID-19 Genomics Network builds trust and cooperation

    Researchers ARE in this together

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    The CanCOGeN Detective Agency

    Our lead genomic sleuth

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    Nature's Winter White

    Jackrabbits, hares, horses and kittens