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New study on transcriptomic differences between different tissues in Arabidopsis has created a standardized “atlas” that can automatically annotate samples to include lost metadata such as tissue type.

New study on transcriptomic differences between different tissues in Arabidopsis has created a standardized “atlas” that can automatically annotate samples to include lost metadata such as tissue type.

IGB’s Pollen Power summer camp engaged middle school girls to visit labs, meet with experts, and participate in hands-on activities with female mentors and role models in order to envision themselves as future scientists.

IGB’s Pollen Power! summer camp engaged middle school girls to visit labs, meet with experts, and participate in hands-on activities with female mentors and role models in order to envision themselves as future scientists.

The Knowledge Engine for Genomics (KnowEnG) Center at the IGB s partnering with Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn., in an innovative program to promote diversity in the biomedical, behavioral and clinical research workforce.

The Knowledge Engine for Genomics (KnowEnG) Center at the IGB is partnering with Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn., in an innovative program to promote diversity in the biomedical, behavioral and clinical research workforce.

Launched this year, the Carl R. Woese Undergraduate Research Scholar Program brings two talented undergraduates to pursue interdisciplinary research at the Institute on a full time basis over the summer months.

Launched this year, the Carl R. Woese Undergraduate Research Scholar Program brings two talented undergraduates to pursue interdisciplinary research at the Institute on a full time basis over the summer months.

Psychology professor Aron Barbey, with research scientist Ryan Larsen and postdoctoral researcher study lead Erick Paul, linked specific brain markers to specific intellectual capabilities.

Psychology professor Aron Barbey, with research scientist Ryan Larsen and postdoctoral researcher study lead Erick Paul, linked specific brain markers to specific intellectual capabilities.

Brendan Harley, Associate Professor in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, selected to participate in the National Academy of Engineering’s 22nd annual U.S. Frontiers of Engineering (USFOE) symposium.

Brendan Harley, Associate Professor in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, selected to participate in the National Academy of Engineering’s 22nd annual U.S. Frontiers of Engineering (USFOE) symposium.

A collaboration including the HPCBio group, led by Director of Bioinformatics Victor Jongeneel, and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications is helping change the way genetic medicine is researched and practiced in Africa.

A collaboration including the HPCBio group, led by Director of Bioinformatics Victor Jongeneel, and NCSA is helping change the way genetic medicine is researched and practiced in Africa.

Researchers from the IGB among many others demonstrated prototypes of several crop-monitoring systems during a day-long event at Arizona’s Maricopa Agricultural Center supported by DOE's ARPA-E.

Researchers from the IGB among many others demonstrated prototypes of several crop-monitoring systems during a day-long event at Arizona’s Maricopa Agricultural Center supported by DOE's ARPA-E.

Physics professors Nigel Goldenfeld and Thomas Kuhlman have observed jumping gene activity in real time within living cells, in a collaborative study at the Center for the Physics of Living Cell and reported in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Physics professors Nigel Goldenfeld and Thomas Kuhlman have observed jumping gene activity in real time within living cells, in a collaborative study at the Center for the Physics of Living Cell and reported in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The IGB has formed a new research theme, Microbiome Metabolic Engineering (MME), focusing on how humans interact with their microbiomes and how these interactions affect human health and nutrition.

The IGB has formed a new research theme, Microbiome Metabolic Engineering (MME), focusing on how humans interact with their microbiomes and how these interactions affect human health and nutrition.