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Genome Canada invests in genomic science and technology and its translation into applications across multiple sectors.
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Genome Canada Feb 22
Welcome to the alphabet! / Bienvenue à l'alphabet! 🔬🔠
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Alex Munter Feb 21
Big cheer at viewing party as Dr Kym Boycott begins address at United Nations about 's work to discover, diagnose and treat genetic .
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Genome Canada Feb 22
Reminder that request for applications are now being accepted for the Genomics in Society Interdisciplinary Research Teams opportunity
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Genome Canada Feb 22
Rappel : vous pouvez maintenant soumettre votre candidature au projet des Équipes interdisciplinaires de recherche sur la génomique dans la société.
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Genome Atlantic Feb 21
NS researchers set to explore genetic factors that play a role in bipolar disorder. The three-year, $975K research project could lead to tools to better diagnose and treat.
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Génome Québec Feb 22
Génome Québec cherche à combler un poste de « Gestionnaire de développement de partenariats » pour l’équipe des affaires scientifiques. Il s’agit d’un poste à durée indéterminée à temps plein. Pour postuler :
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Genome Canada Feb 21
Great to have the Board Chair, Dr. John Thompson, in Ottawa this morning speaking to the crew about metals and sustainability.
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Panoptika Partners Feb 21
There's a wide range of opportunity in says 's Marc LePage, and an excellent complement of genetic researchers.
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Rob Annan Feb 20
Awesome. Kym is a phenomenal researcher who is making an enormous impact.
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GenomeBC Feb 20
Our bee talk with is off to a flying start! 🐝
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Genome Canada Feb 21
Congratulations to Dr. Kym Boycott as she speaks at the United Nations today! Her panel will address the intersection of rare disease diagnosis and patient care.
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Genome Canada Feb 21
Bravo à la Dre. Kym Boycott qui s'adresse aux Nations unies aujourd'hui! Son panel abordera l'intersection du diagnostic des maladies rares et des soins.
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Genome Canada Feb 20
We're looking forward to "Êtes-vous génomique?" with !
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Genome Canada Feb 20
Nous avons hâte de participer à "Êtes-vous génomique" avec
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Genome Atlantic Feb 20
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Genome Atlantic Feb 20
Dr. Alda speaks about the project he's working on w/ Dr. Rudolf Uher. For more on this project and what it could mean to physicians and patients facing a diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder.
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Genome Canada Feb 19
. researcher's open science drug discovery model expands to neurodegenerative diseases
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Genome Canada Feb 19
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Genome Atlantic Feb 15
We're excited about today's announcement by ! Big thanks to the Department of Business and to Invest Nova Scotia for their investment to help us meet the growing demand for DNA-based solutions!
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NS Business Feb 15
Genome Atlantic and Nova Scotia scientists are helping apple producers in the Annapolis Valley perfect varieties like the Honeycrisp apple, through a national project called the Apple Breeding Consortium.
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