Research Schooner Tara in San Diego Calls for Innovative Citizen Science and Oceanography 2.0
For in-depth evaluation of ocean health, biodiversity, and evolution
The highly complex sugarcane genome has finally been sequenced
S2 Genomics Awarded $280,000 Phase I STTR Grant from the National Institutes of Health
S2 Genomics will develop the Singulator™ system for automated preparation of single cells or nuclei from solid tissue samples
Aircraft Microbiome Much Like That of Homes and Offices, Study Finds
The extensive bioinformatics analysis for the study was carried out at the J. Craig Venter Institute.
Researchers identify bacteria and viruses ejected from the ocean
Certain types of bacteria and viruses are readily ejected into the atmosphere when waves break while others less likely to be transported into the air
JCVI President, Karen Nelson Inducted into the National Academy of Sciences
Variants in non-coding DNA contribute to inherited autism risk
These regulatory elements heighten risk -- and are inherited predominantly from the father
Leading health technology experts to headline Purdue’s Data Science in Life Sciences symposium
Four leading experts in health technology, including JCVI's Todd Michael, will highlight a Data Science in the Life Sciences Symposium on April 20 in the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship.
Key Biological Mechanism is Disrupted by Ocean Acidification
Inability of phytoplankton to acquire iron imperils marine ecosystems
Human Longevity, Inc. Scientists Publish Paper Diving Deeper into Non-Coding Genome Which Represents 98% of the Human Genome
17 Years Since the First Human Genome Sequence was Released, the Next Frontiers for Clinical Application and Understanding of the Genome are Uncovered
Construction of an Escherichia coli genome with fewer codons sets records
The biggest synthetic genome so far has been made, with a smaller set of amino-acid-encoding codons than usual — raising the prospect of encoding proteins that contain unnatural amino-acid residues.
Researchers have swapped the genome of gut germ E. coli for an artificial one
By creating a new genome, scientists could create organisms tailored to produce desirable compounds
Genetically modified bacteria-killing viruses used on patient for first time
Hair claimed to belong to Leonardo da Vinci to undergo DNA testing
Critics, however, argue that this effort is flawed from the beginning
Students learn about genomics, a life in science, at J. Craig Venter Institute
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