CFIA approves camelina oil for use in Atlantic salmon feed

Published: April 24th 2017

“Genome Atlantic and its partners have transformed a tiny seed into a big opportunity, creating an innovative, alternative solution with long-term benefits to industry.  This kind of work is at the heart of positioning Canada as a world-leading innovation economy.” […]

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Five Questions for a Leading Canadian Geneticist

Published: March 22nd 2017

Genome Atlantic caught up with Dr. Kym Boycott, a leading Canadian medical geneticist and global expert on rare diseases, to learn more about Canada’s efforts in finding causative genes and developing treatments for rare monogenetic diseases. Dr. Boycott was in […]

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Genomics helping biosciences thrive in major research project

Published: December 8th 2016

Originally Published December 6, 2016, The Guardian, Charlottetown PEI:  Scientists from the University of Prince Edward Island, Memorial University of Newfoundland, and aquaculture feed manufacturer EWOS/Cargill are meeting this week in Charlottetown to launch a new $4.5 million project to […]

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On The Cutting Edge

Published: November 30th 2016

Genome Atlantic President & CEO, Steve Armstrong is featured in the December 2016 issue of Halifax Chamber of Commerce’s Business Voice magazine. “We want Company CEOs to get a better night’s sleep by addressing their specific challenges” – Steve Armstrong, President […]

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New genomics project aims to reduce co-infection in Atlantic salmon

Published: October 11th 2016

October 11, 2016, Halifax, NS – Scientists at Memorial University of Newfoundland and the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) are partnering with industry partner EWOS/Cargill to develop new therapeutic diets for farmed Atlantic salmon. The initiative could lead to […]

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