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A breakthrough made by a collaborative team of researchers, including Founder Professor of Bioengineering and Physics Jun Song, has implications for better targeted cancer treatment protocols.

A breakthrough made by a collaborative team of researchers, including Founder Professor of Bioengineering and Physics Jun Song, has implications for better targeted cancer treatment protocols.

IGB faculty member Saurabh Sinha and Director Gene Robinson, with an international consortium of 52 scientists, used comparative genomics to discover evolution of bee society is associated with increases in complexity of gene regulation.

IGB faculty Saurabh Sinha and Director Gene Robinson, with an international consortium of 52 scientists, used comparative genomics to discover evolution of bee society is associated with increases in complexity of gene regulation.

Mathematical model’s predictions of resource sharing in a microbial community confirmed through empirical work.

Mathematical model’s predictions of resource sharing in a microbial community confirmed through empirical work.

The Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is home to a genomics research community positioned "where science meets society." Its mission is to advance life sciences research and stimulate bioeconomic development in Illinois through pioneering, transformative research.

The Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is home to a genomics research community positioned "where science meets society." Its mission is to advance life sciences research and stimulate bioeconomic development in Illinois through pioneering, transformative research.

Professor Taekjip Ha, leader of the Cellular Decision Making in Cancer research theme at the IGB, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences as well as the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Professor Taekjip Ha, leader of the Cellular Decision Making in Cancer research theme at the IGB, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences as well as the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

University of Illinois Animal Sciences Professor and IGB member Alfred Roca co-authored the recent literature review “Elephant Natural History: A Genomic Perspective” identifying a need to recognize the forest elephant as a separate species.

University of Illinois Animal Sciences Professor and IGB member Alfred Roca co-authored the recent literature review “Elephant Natural History: A Genomic Perspective” identifying a need to recognize the forest elephant as a separate species.

Behavioral observation, ecological sampling, and high-throughput sequencing give researchers insight into tamarin foraging strategies and prey preferences in study involving Associate Professor of Anthropology Ripan Malhi.

Behavioral observation, ecological sampling, and high-throughput sequencing give researchers insight into tamarin foraging strategies and prey preferences in study involving Associate Professor of Anthropology Ripan Malhi.

Associate Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Hyunjoon Kong and his team look to glacial moraines as inspiration for more precise delivery of micro-therapies.

Associate Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Hyunjoon Kong and his team look to glacial moraines as inspiration for more precise delivery of micro-therapies.

The ‘Art of Science: Images from the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology,’ now in its fifth year, will hold its opening reception on April 23, 6:00pm, at the indi go Artist Co-op in Champaign.

The ‘Art of Science: Images from the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology,’ now in its fifth year, will hold its opening reception on April 23, 6:00pm, at the Indi Go Artist Co-op in Champaign.

University of Illinois scientists, including first author Bright Agindotan, former postdoc with the Energy Biosciences Institute, reported in Archives of Virology evidence of the new mastrevirus, tentatively named switchgrass mosaic-associated virus 1 (SgMaV-1).

University of Illinois scientists, including first author Bright Agindotan, former postdoc with the Energy Biosciences Institute, reported in Archives of Virology evidence of a potential new mastrevirus.