Using RIViT-seq technology, researchers were able to identify the target genes of transcription factors in Streptomyces coelicolor.
JGI at 25: Building a Better Bean
The JGI’s original reference genome for Phaseolus vulgaris has been instrumental in creating a hardier, higher-yield bean.
Supporting Global Research into Actinomycetes
ActinoBase, a public platform built on the knowledge of researchers studying actinomycetes, is the focus of a recent paper published in Microbial Genomics, ”ActinoBase: An Actinomycete Community Wiki.”
SPRUCE-ing Up Science
From an internship with the JGI to studying climate change with ORNL, Travis Lawrence is grateful for the experience along the way.
JGI at 25: Studying Sorghum’s Survival Skills
Since publishing the original sorghum reference genome, the JGI continues to work on better understanding its toughness and energy storage.
Giant Bacteria Found in Guadeloupe Mangroves Challenge Traditional Concepts
In Science, researchers describe the features of a giant filamentous bacterium composed of a single cell.
Polar Phytoplankton Need Zinc to Cope with the Cold
Antarctic waters harbor higher levels of the nutrient zinc, and phytoplankton have evolved to rely on it.
JGI at 25: Solving the Mystery of the Missing Oil
JGI at 25 revisits our contributions to a systems biology approach understanding how waves of microbial communities dispersed the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Styling for Safety: PPE, It’s the JGI Way
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) campaign offers a visual representation of JGI requirements to minimize exposure to workplace hazards.
JGI at 25: The Human Genome Project, or the JGI’s Origin Story
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.