Established in 2003, the Genomics Research Center (GRC) has established critical facilities for cell biology and biomedical technology development, including mass spectrometer proteomic facility, NMR and X-ray facility for structure determination, microarray and high throughput genome sequencer for genomic research, cell sorter and microscopy for cell biology, and phytotron for agricultural biotechnology. The major focus …Read More
The first facility of its kind, the Alltech’s Center for Animal Nutrigenomics and Applied Animal Nutrition founded in 2008 has produced exciting advancements in nutrigenomics. By analyzing how diet and health interact from one generation to the next and how nutrition affects an animal at the genetic level, the research aims at gaining the ability …Read More
BGI (formerly known as Beijing Genomics Institute) was founded in Beijing on Sept 9th, 1999, with the mission of supporting the development of science and technology, building strong research teams, and promoting the development of commercial scientific services. With a goal of excellence, high efficiency, and accuracy, BGI has successfully completed a large numerous projects, …Read More
Created in 2004, the Center of Excellence in Nutrigenomics (CEN) aims at understanding the role of dietary fatty acids in metabolic diseases. The goal of the CEN is to become an internationally recognized center of excellence in nutrition-related genomics research. The CEN has been active in several studies involving Clinical Nutrition, Toxicology and Genomics.
BGI, the world’s largest genomics organization, has just opened its first European Genome Research Center located in Copenhagen Bio Science Park (COBIS). The center aims to establish collaborations to better accelerate the innovation and development of genomics research and applications in health care, agriculture, bioenergy and other related areas in Europe.