Genomics in the clinic
Clinical genomics in Alberta
All for One
Part 2: CWD and society
Part 1:CWD and society
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.
Pitching & Polishing
I am a tree
Report from the AMR front
Genome Alberta is hiring
Taking feed efficiency from genomic prediction to reality.
Our new Strategic Plan
Selecting trees to adapt to climate change
Oil eating microbes
Pine Beetle Whisperers
$12 million for new research
Supporting your local Science Fair
The largest global collaboration of scientists ever is supported by open source, freely shared software. Here’s why that matters.
President Biden earmarked $300 million to build and support a “National Bioinformatics Infrastructure.” Will it put an end to bottlenecks in bioinformatics?
what it means to be alive
Earlier cancer detection
Diversification though biomanufacturing
Metabolomics study of pregnant women
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
Statement by MLA Issik
Genome Alberta co-lead on new project
Matryoshka dolls for biologists
Cake and cookies, oh my! Bioinformatics isn’t just for medicine anymore.
Investing in variant tracking
Genomics technology was ready for the pandemic
Sampling, sequencing,and sharing
It’s happening virtually!
While everyone is battling the current pandemic, superbugs are expanding another battlefield. Here is how bioinformatics is improving our odds for survival
Researchers ARE in this together
Our lead genomic sleuth
Jackrabbits, hares, horses and kittens
covid posts and more!
Join our researchers in a Night Before Christmas
Miracles only occur in the darkest hours and heroes are only born from the most tragic of horrors. Here’s how the fastest transition in history from pandemic to vaccines happened.
Gnomes, knowns, and unknowns
A Genetics Explainer video
Curing or treating diseases may rely more on cancelling gene expression and “disease expression,” than gene editing, although many future treatments are likely to combine genetic techniques.
Our deadliest predator
Biomarkers for COVID-19
Researchers find the flu shot may protect against Covid-19 too. Meanwhile, decoding cell-surface sugars presents a major breakthrough in the fight against infections of all types.
Supporting new research
Researchers sequenced the genome of Alexander Fleming’s original penicillin mold and compared it to later versions. What they found may be the answer to antibiotic-resistant microbes.
Health-care workers in a pandemic
Kids, COVID, and Classrooms
The latest on kids & COVID
Predicting athletic performance
Barcoding the testing process
Cats to the rescue?
What we know so far...
Remake of cell line development delivers a major production boost for CHO cell protein factories
Life blood left cold
A Youreka moment
Tests and even more tests
Suggestions for coping
Dealing with co-infections
When Genes Talk, We Should Listen
New testing technology
Bioinformatics map SARS-CoV-2’s ancestry, looking to prevent future pandemics from the same virus lineage
a paintbrush in the wild
An underappreciated middle child
Alberta antiviral research
A Guide for Occupants
Thank bats for your tequila
Researchers find human gut microbiomes create tendency for disease susceptibility or resistance, above and beyond other factors such as poverty and general health conditions.
Following a new pathway
Today's word: Phylogeny
Raspberry, blood, and vinegar
Biotech in Canada
Seeking better beef? Assembly required
SynBio in a time of COVID
Genomics reveal more than contact tracing alone, such as whether a healthcare worker contracted SARS-CoV-2 from a patient or a social gathering.
Viral family trees
Children and COVID-19
COVID in children
If it's bee-related, you'll find it here
Testing A, B, and C's
helping students interpret the science
COVID-19 treatment strategy
Bats v People
Science is hard, reality is complex
Green means positive
Deep sea microbes
Test results you can see
Bioinformatics in Alberta
Targets in sight
COG-UK and CanCOGeN
Science papers and you
Researchers identify 29 FDA-approved drugs, 12 drugs in clinical trials, and 28 preclinical compounds that can be repurposed to fight COVID-19
Campus closures won’t stop these dedicated students!
And the survey says -
Traditional vaccine research took 10-15 years, now researchers hope bioinformatics will condense that to less than 2 years
Science, Technology, Society
The Southern Alberta Technology Council (SATC) has decided to virtualize the 2020 Regional Science Fair event.
Announced by the Stem Cell Network (SCN), these new research projects will contribute to the global response to COVID-19,
It’s on again!
Researcher gets testy with disease
We are doing okay so far
Lorne Tyrrell on COVID-19
If you thought coronavirus was scary, check out zombie deer disease
New COVID research funding
Killing a viral engine
Rapid response for a portable test
Genome BC COVID funding
COVIDathon combines the talents and tools of diverse disciplines from around the world in a single collaborative effort to defeat the worst pandemic in modern times
Virtual Seeking Science
Multidisciplinary pediatric study
New funding for clinical genomics
Accurate, fast, and personal.
Combating stigma and fear
Some things are better with a partner
What do cooking and parasites have in common?
Start with a Valentine’s Heart
Balancing research, family and the ukulele
Codominance and Incomplete dominance
Our 22nd update
Is it a natural occurring virus or a bioweapon? Bioinformatics can potentially reveal origin and treatment of coronaviruses.
There will be Genome Alberta award winners!
Ag research priorities