DOE’s Office of Science awarded the Early Career Research grant to Susannah Green Tringe, a researcher in the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Genomics Division, to study how microbial communities in restored wetlands may impact long-term carbon sequestration, from a genomic perspective. Read more on GenomeWeb [Read More]
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Joint Genome Institute In 2003, the Human Genome Project announced the sequencing of the complete human genome. The sequence of 3 billion A’s, T’s, C’s and G’s (that represent the four chemicals found in DNA) had been deciphered. A lot of that work had been done in Walnut Creek at the Joint Genome Institute, where… [Read More]
In the San Francisco Chronicle, John Graham-Cumming recently detailed five uber-geeky spots in California and Nevada that won’t cost you a penny to visit. From visiting the Computer History Museum to checking out the Joint Genome Institute, even if you’re traveling on a budget you’ll find plenty to do. [Read More]
Each site in The Geek Atlas focuses on discoveries or inventions and includes information about the people and the science behind them. Full of photos and illustrations, the book comes complete with latitudes and longitudes for GPS devices. The destinations covered include, naturally, Bletchley Park itself, as well as the Alan Turing Memorial in Manchester,… [Read More]