Genomics News and Events

Advancements in genomics are exciting because they promise to extend human life and solve environmental problems. Genomics stories now make the news every day.

Popular research projects recently in the news include work towards the first Human Cell Atlas, a complete map of every cell in the human body; investigation of the ways cancer cell biology can be turned against cancer; and developments in nanopipette technology that allow the removal of miniscule samples from inside a living cell.

UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute researchers engage in projects that excite the attention of science lovers and scientists. Use the resources below to explore the latest UC Santa Cruz genomics news and to find out how you can join in by attending talks, conferences, and other events.

News

Featured stories about UC Santa Cruz genomics research, projects and awards.

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Genomics Institute joins international Human Cell Atlas Initiative

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Video

 

Video, news clips on the people and the science of the UC Santa Cruz Institute

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Events

Upcoming events, including genomics seminars, talks, conferences and special events

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The Kraw Lecture Series: Sequencing DNA from Remote Villages to the Space Station: The Nanopore Revolution

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Media Resources

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Nanopipette technique earns prize in NIH 'Follow that Cell' challenge

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