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Growing International Genomics Movement to Sequence Earth’s Vertebrate Life Has Roots at UC Santa Cruz
Initiative Conceived in 2009 Expands with Goal to Generate Complete Genome Assemblies of All 66,000 Vertebrate Species
September 12, 2018
UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute Head Joins Ambitious Project to Sequence Earth’s Life
Project aims to sequence DNA from all complex life on Earth
April 23, 2018
UC Santa Cruz Research Signals Arrival of a Complete Human Genome
New era exposes obscured gaps in our genetic maps critical to human health
March 19, 2018
World-Renowned Health Research on the Hill
UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute is Unlocking Life’s Genetic Code to Unravel Disease
November 9, 2017
A horse is a horse, of course, of course—except when it isn’t
An international team of researchers has discovered a previously unrecognized genus of extinct horses that roamed North America during the last ice age.
November 28, 2017
Bioinformatics leaders partner to build platform for NIH Data Commons
UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute, University of Chicago, and the Broad Institute will create the Commons Alliance Platform with funding from the National Institutes of Health
November 06, 2017
UC Santa Cruz Goes Bald to Support Childhood Cancer Research
Staff and students join St. Baldrick’s Foundation event to raise money to fight childhood cancer
October 17 , 2017
Paleogenomic analysis sheds light on Easter Island mysteries
UC Santa Cruz research appears to rule out pre-European contact with South Americans
October 12, 2017
School of Engineering faculty rank among top 1,000 Computer Science and Electronics scholars
Rankings are based on the individual’s h-index score, a measure of productivity and impact.
#5: David Haussler, Scientific Director, UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute