International Symposium on Human Genomics

France Genomique is organising its 1st "International Symposium on Human Genomics" on February 10-11 and 12, 2020 at the Belfroi de Montrouge, Paris. Register HERE  Programme

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"the Magnificient Last Decade in Genetics & Genomics"

LIGAN -PM  cordially invite you to the Magnificient Last Decade in Genetics & Genomics on Friday, March 13th 2020,  at the Faculty of Medicine, Pôle Recherche Lille. Program

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Assembly and annotation of the pea genome

Last week, the Genoscope published the first reference sequence of the pea (a project resulting from the France Genomics Call for Proposals) by combining several methodologies (short and long NGS…

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NF-Y controls transcription

The ATGC platform has published a comprehensive genomic study in mouse embryonic stem cells , that describes NF-Y’s mechanistic critical role at promoters to direct the transcription machinery to the…

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20-years-of-gemonics

20 years of genomics at ENS Paris

To celebrate this anniversary, the ENS is organizing a symposium on 28 March 2019: : “20 years of genomics past and future directions” followed by a reception at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris.…

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Giant pandoraviruses create their own genes

France Génomique participated in the identification of 3 new members of the pandoravirus family. Published in Nature Comm. June 2018, genomic analyses show that these new members possess a large…

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GENOPOLE SUMMER SCHOOL 2018

From 25 to 29 June 2018, a new edition of the Genopole Summer School will cover statistical methodologies and bioinformatics tools used in genomics and metagenomics in the context of a comprehensive…

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Microbial resources management

GenotoulGeT and its partners are organizing the 2nd Research-Industry Days on Microbial Resources Management (Narbonne, May 30 and 31, 2018) with the aim of characterizing and managing the diversity…

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Domestication, diversity and evolution in the light of 1,011 yeast genomes

Elucidating the roots of the astonishing phenotypic diversity observed in natural populations is a major challenge in biology. An essential step in this process is to explore the genetic diversity…

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MicroScope Open Days

From May 14 to 15, 2018 at Institut Pasteur Paris, the MicroScope Open Days will focus on the use and latest development of the Microscope platform for genomic data analysis.

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