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Registration Now Open for 2014 IGB Fellows Symposium Featuring Susan Wessler

Join us to hear the latest IGB research, connect with colleagues, and share your work during the poster session.

Fei Wang, with Qiuhao Qu, Jianjun Cheng, and colleagues, have improved the process of converting stem cells into motor neurons.

Fei Wang, with Qiuhao Qu, Jianjun Cheng, and colleagues, have improved the process of converting stem cells into motor neurons.

Join the IGB this week at indi go Gallery for the next installament of our Art of Science show!

Join the IGB this week at indi go Gallery for the next installament of our Art of Science show!

Amy Wagoner Johnson is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Science and Engineering, whose research interestes include synthetic biomaterials and bone regeneration.

Amy Wagoner Johnson is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Science and Engineering, whose research interestes include synthetic biomaterials and bone regeneration.

Microbiologist Rachel Whitaker and team explore the idea of viruses and their hosts coevolving together, using the model system of hot springs at Yellowstone National Park.

Microbiologist Rachel Whitaker and team explore the idea of viruses and their hosts coevolving together, using the model system of hot springs at Yellowstone National Park.

Landes Bioscience, publisher of the journal RNA Biology, has dedicated their entire March 2014 issue to articles on Carl Woese.

Landes Bioscience, publisher of the journal RNA Biology, has dedicated their entire March 2014 issue to articles on Carl Woese.

IGB Art of Science Images Featured at O’Hare Airport

The traveling art exhibition featuring research images from the Institute for Genomic Biology makes its way to Chicago’s O’Hare airport.

Plant biology professor and IGB faculty member Stephen Long leads an initiative to turn sugarcane into a more productive, cold-tolerant, oil-rich crop.

Plant biology professor and IGB faculty member Stephen Long leads an initiative to turn sugarcane into a more productive, cold-tolerant, oil-rich crop.

IGB faculty Zaida Luthey-Schulten and Taekjip Ha led a study of how the ribosome assembles itself.

IGB faculty Zaida Luthey-Schulten and Taekjip Ha led a study of how the ribosome assembles itself.

Jun S. Song named department of Bioengineering's first Founder Professor, part of the Grainger Engineering Breakthroughs Initiative to support big data and bioengineering.

Jun S. Song named department of Bioengineering's first Founder Professor, part of the Grainger Engineering Breakthroughs Initiative to support big data and bioengineering.