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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New Videos

Published: May 13th 2016

If you’re on this site, you really couldn’t miss them, but just in case: Have you seen our new videos? They offer a quick explanation of how genomics can be applied to key sectors in Canada. We are happy to […]

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New Project Development Officer

Published: May 13th 2016

Genome Atlantic is pleased to introduce its newest addition to the team, Britta Fiander, PEng. Britta will fill the role of Project Development Officer, helping project teams from the early stages of proposal development through to project management. Britta has […]

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New Gold Is Doing New Things With Genomics

Published: May 13th 2016

The mining industry is constantly looking for new ways to reduce the environmental impact of mine sites. Restoring the ecosystems in and around legacy sites-lands where mines have operated is a key component. One way to assess progress is to […]

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Genomics and Mining

Published: April 6th 2016 Event date: June 10th 2016

We are looking forward to the Mining Society of Nova Scotia 129th Annual Meeting on June 9-10th. As an added bonus, we’ll be hosting an extractive metallurgist from RPC, Neri Botha, PEng, who will be presenting a talk entitled, Bio-Oxidation of Au […]

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Innovations for Atlantic Canada’s Mining Sector

Published: February 5th 2016

We are thrilled to participate in MiningNL’s Mining Innovation Symposium on February 11th. Genomics can play many roles in the mining industry, but next week, we’re featuring some genomics work that can help mining companies monitor their environmental footprint. To […]

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An apple a day

Published: January 5th 2016

Sean Myles, PhD, is the Canada Research Chair in Agriculture Genetic Diversity. This new video gives a short and sweet intro to his work on apples. Check it out!

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RemEAST

Published: September 30th 2015 Event date: November 9th 2015

RemEAST is a technical conference around the challenges of working in the north. Helen Zhang, PhD, will explain how genomics is enabling biosurfactant-enhanced soil remediation.

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New Genome Canada Competition

Published: November 5th 2015

2015 Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Competition Genome Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Institutes of Health, has launched a new competition designed to support the creation and evolution of enhanced bioinformatics and computational biology (B/CB) tools and methodologies. The competition is a […]

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