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The mammal family tree. Kristofer M. Helgen. October 28, 2011. Science.
UC Davis and BGI announce partnership to establish state-of-the-art genome center in Sacramento. October 25, 2011. BGI Americas press release.
This week in genome research. September 21, 2011. genomeweb.
Scripps research scientists produce first stem cells from endangered species in hopes of strengthening populations. Mika Ono. September 4, 2011. The Scripps Research Institute.
- 'Stemcell zoo' could save endangered species: study. Marwlowe Hood. September 4, 2011. AFP.
Don't throw it out: 'junk DNA' essential in evolution. Joe Palca. August 19, 2011. All Things Considered, NPR.
Loss of large predators has caused widespread disruption of ecosystems. Tim Stephens. July 14, 2011. University of California, Santa Cruz.
American bald eagle sequenced. July 4, 2011. The Genome Institutue
Genome builders face the competition. Erika Check Hayden. March 23, 2011. Nature.
BGI to contribute to international project to sequence 200,000 microbes. March 22, 2011. genomeweb.
A new evolutionary history of primates. March 18, 2011. ScienceDaily.
The Neanderthal in all of us... March 14, 2011. Science Today.
America's 25 fastest-growing tech companies. John J. Ray. February 16, 2011. Forbes.
UCSC's Richard Green honored for top research paper in Science. Tim Stephens. January 7, 2011. UCSC News.
Early reports from the 'dark matter' of the genome. Brandon Keim. December 22, 2010. Wired Science.
Life Technologies wins top ten innovations of the year award. Yahoo!Finance. December 2, 2010.
Genomes by the thousand. Alla Katsnelson. October 28, 2010. Nature.
Biology without borders. David E. Schindel. October 13, 2010. Nature.
Q&A: Illumina CEO on the future of genetic sequencing. Keith Darce. August 17, 2010. Signon San Diego.
Life Technologies announces agreement to acquire Ion Torrent. August 17, 2010. Life Technologies.
New frogs and geckos and pigeons, oh my. Randolph E. Schmid. May 17, 2010. Associated Press.
UC Santa Cruz researcher: Lizards driven to extinction due to global climate change. Lisa Krieger. May 14, 2010. San Jose Mercury News.
Computer kid makes good. Elizabeth Pennisi. May 7, 2010. Science.
Thirty-five million dollar boost for 'Barcode of Life'. Paul Webster. April 23, 2010. Science Insider.
Chinese bioscience: The sequence factory. David Cyranoski. March 3, 2010. Naturenews.
BGI seeks proposals to sequence 1,000 plant, animal genomes; pledges $100M toward effort. Julia Karow. January 12, 2010. genomeweb.
Genomics: Panda genome decoded. Felix Cheung. December 16, 2009. NatureChina.
- The sequence and de novo assembly of the giant panda genome. December 13, 2009. Nature.
Tweet: scientists decode songbird's genome. March 31, 2010. ScienceDaily.
- The genome of a songbird. Warren, W. C. et al. April 1, 2010. Nature 464, 757-762.
- BGI to contribute to international project to sequence 200,000 microbes. March 22, 2011. genomeweb.
Scripps research scientists produce first stem cells from endangered species in hopes of strengthening populations