Read our Statement on the Use of Genomics Data.
Building upon the principles for open access in the field of genomics, the JGI recognizes the need to engage the community to inform necessary changes to JGI data policies.
Help us improve our support of the research community. Provide your feedback on JGI Data Release and Utilization policies by April 21, 2021.
Deadline Extended: Letters of Intent (LOIs) are now due by April 12, 2021 for our large-scale Community Science Program (CSP) proposal call.
How researchers can utilize the JGI data portal MycoCosm for conducting fungal genomics analyses.
An introduction to the JGI data portal PhycoCosm, and how researchers can harness it for exploring algal genomes and genes.
How the JGI employs single-molecule, long-read DNA sequences to aid with genome assembly and transcriptome analysis of microbial, fungal, and plant research projects. These long-reads have also been applied to DNA methylation analysis as well as improving metagenome assemblies.
Through the collaborative science call (FICUS) between the JGI and EMSL, successful applicants can also access resources at the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON).
Natural Prodcast guest Francisco Barona-Gomez suggests discussing natural products from bacteria-centric terms and not from a human-centric point of view.
In this JGI Genome Insider episode, Setsuko Wakao and Kris Niyogi are investigating how diatoms make their silica shells.