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Mary-Claire King of the University of Washington School of Medicine, known for the discovery of the gene responsible for many breast and ovarian cancers, to speak on April 17.

Mary-Claire King of the University of Washington School of Medicine, known for the discovery of the gene responsible for many breast and ovarian cancers, to speak on April 17.

Governor Bruce Rauner officially recognized the IGB for celebrating ten years of genomic research addressing major societal issues in the areas of agriculture, environmental conservation, health, and technology.

Governor Bruce Rauner officially recognized the IGB for celebrating ten years of genomic research addressing major societal issues in the areas of agriculture, environmental conservation, health, and technology.

A new agreement between the IGB and ZEISS has named the Core Facilities at IGB as an official ZEISS labs@location Partner.

A new agreement between the IGB and ZEISS has named the Core Facilities at IGB as an official ZEISS labs@location Partner.

New study by Professor of Microbiology Bill Metcalf and IGB Fellow Dipti Nayak successfully used CRISPR-Cas9 to modify an archaeal species for the first time.

New study by Professor of Microbiology Bill Metcalf and IGB Fellow Dipti Nayak successfully used CRISPR-Cas9 to modify an archaeal species for the first time.

University of Illinois nutritional sciences professor Rex Gaskins, graduate student Patricia Wolf and colleagues found differences in the microbes linked to colon cancer risk in the lining of the colon of African-Americans versus non-Hispanic whites in the U.S.

Animal sciences professor Rex Gaskins, graduate student Patricia Wolf, and colleagues found differences in the microbes linked to colon cancer risk in the lining of the colon of African-Americans versus non-Hispanic whites in the U.S.

The Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology hosted figures related to the historic Biological Computer Laboratory in December 2016. Those in attendance were past students, instructors, and associates of the BCL, who continue to see their current work and research as connected to the lab’s legacy in cybernetics.

The Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology hosted figures related to the historic Biological Computer Laboratory in December 2016. Those in attendance were past students, instructors, and associates of the BCL, who continue to see their current work and research as connected to the lab’s legacy in cybernetics.

Lasso peptide structural features and common residues mined from RODEO analysis

Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed software that learns to identify biosynthetic capabilities based on genome sequence.

The IGB’s Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) “Genomics: Decoding the Universal Language of Life” is now live and open for enrollment.

The IGB’s Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) “Genomics: Decoding the Universal Language of Life” is now live and open for enrollment.

The Walk of Life, the IGB’s commemorative paved walkway, is a reminder of the multitude of people who have impacted the IGB, and a celebration of each person’s unique contributions to this Institute, to the University, and to the world.

The Walk of Life, the IGB’s commemorative paved walkway, is a reminder of the multitude of people who have impacted the IGB, and a celebration of each person’s unique contributions to this Institute, to the University, and to the world.

A study of mechanisms that guide ear development yields insight into the evolutionary processes that shaped the modern mammalian middle ear.

A study of mechanisms that guide ear development yields insight into the evolutionary processes that shaped the modern mammalian middle ear.