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JGI at 25 revisits our contributions to a systems biology approach understanding how waves of microbial communities dispersed the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
JGI at 25 revisits our contributions to the Human Genome Project, and our origins in DOE bringing together the people and resources from three national labs.
JGI at 25 charts the development of single cell genomics from proof of principle to a crucial tool for mapping microbial diversity.
Natural Prodcast guest Cassandra Quave makes the case for investigating the chemistries and pharmacological promise of plants.
In the following guest piece on a recent PNAS article, researchers describe the costs associated with switchgrass adaptations to expand its habitat range.
Researchers showed that large-scale single cell genomics can add significant value when used in complementarity with metagenomic sequencing.
As part of JGI’s 25th anniversary, a look back on the first genome sequence of a mycorrhizal fungus, Laccaria bicolor.
Fungi colonizing Arabidopsis thaliana roots have gene families that help determine if these fungi act as friends or foes.
Rhondene Wint’s summer project through the JGI-UC Merced internship program grew into a three-year research endeavor, resulting in a recent publication.