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What Does It Really Mean to Be a Scientist?

In the spring of 2016, JCVI partnered with Del Lago Academy to provide internships for some of its students. Junior Stephanie Mountain shares...

JCVI’s Scientists Inspire the Next Generation!

JCVI’s Education Program has been working to bring science to life (sometimes literally!) for San Diego’s students. It started off...

Zoo in You: The Human Microbiome Exhibit Opens in San Diego

On January 28, over 250 scientists, philanthropists and other STEM community notables, including JCVI CEO Council Member Reena Horowitz, came out...

Scientist Spotlight: Sinem Beyhan, PhD

Sinem Beyhan, PhD recently joined the JCVI team as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Infectious Diseases and is working closely...

2015: JCVI Marks Another Banner Year

A visual year in reveiw, including awards, grants, partnerships, and scientific advancements.

JCVI Promotes Science Literacy in the U.S.

The issue of our society’s science literacy continues to circulate through the media. Recently, reporters focused on results of the Pew...

JCVI’s Global Voyage of Discovery Continues

Global Ocean Sampling Expedition Planned for 2016 Over the past 12 years, JCVI’s Global Ocean Sampling (GOS) Expedition has continued to...

JCVI Gala “2015: A Genome Odyssey” Celebrates Discovery

On October 24th, JCVI welcomed 200 guests to our third annual gala “2015: A Genome Odyssey.” Our annual gala has become a signature La Jolla...

June Grant Update

Congratulations to our JCVI Principal Investigators for the several successful grants that were awarded or that we received notification of in...

Q&A with Jessie J. Knight, Jr.

The JCVI CEO Council is a small group of distinguished men and women who are thought leaders in business, medicine, law, the arts and humanities,...

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