Genome Alberta co-lead on new project
Investing in variant tracking
Supporting new research
An underappreciated middle child
Children and COVID-19
Green means positive
Deep sea microbes
Bioinformatics in Alberta
COG-UK and CanCOGeN
Campus closures won’t stop these dedicated students!
And the survey says -
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,
Genome BC COVID funding
New funding for clinical genomics
This ground-breaking program is an opportunity for stakeholders in Alberta’s Cannabis ecosystem to collaborate in a coordinated way to advance Cannabis research and innovations
The University of Lethbridge’s Collegiate iGEM team set its sights on solving a problem that affects nearly nine per cent of the world’s population, and earned a gold medal for their efforts.
Researchers at the University of Lethbridge will delve further into the basic markers associated with the development of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) thanks to two funding grants.
Genome sciences and bioinformatics research in the province is getting a $3M boost
A team of researchers from the University of Calgary have uncovered new information about a class of plant enzymes that could have implications for the pharmaceutical industry.
Scientists using an experimental treatment have slowed the progression of scrapie, a degenerative central nervous disease caused by prions
A major new initiative that adds genomics technologies to traditional geoscience aims to reduce the risk for oil exploration in Nova Scotia’s offshore.
Funding supports regional Genome Centres, more than 300 genomics researchers
Genome Alberta is pleased to help support the SING Canada program this this year
A strategic collaboration between Génome Québec and IVADO
Funding will support translational stem cell research across Canada
Genome Canada is pleased to announce 25 projects selected for funding as a result of the 2017 Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Competition (B/CB).
The Canadian Centre for Computational Genomics is funded in part by Genome Canada, Ontario Genomics, and Genome Quebec.