Genome British Columbia leads genomics innovation on Canada’s West Coast and facilitates the integration of genomics into society. A recognized catalyst for government and industry, Genome BC invests in research, entrepreneurship and commercialization in life sciences to address challenges in key sectors such as health, forestry, fisheries, aquaculture, agri-food, energy, mining and environment. Genome BC partners with many national and international public and private funding organizations to drive BC's bioeconomy.
UPP 29 - HCV - Harrigan, May 3, 2017. Genome BC Related - 2017-2018. Trade & Industry 2017-2018. iTARGET - Mar 31, 2017. Genome BC Related, no mention - 2017. Provincial Government Funding, Genome BC - Mar 23, 2017. UPP031 - Pharmacogenomics - Vance, Nislow - Mar 22, 2017. Genome BC Mention - 2016-2017. BGH Cranbrook - Mar 9, 2017. LSARP, Freshwater fisheries, Schulte - Mar 8, 2017.
UPP 032 - Urban stream health, Vernon - Feb 22, 2017. LSARP - BioSAFE (Hamelin) Feb 1, 2017. Augurex - Jan 25, 2017. LSARP - Spruce up (Bohlmann) Jan 24, 2017. BGH Prince George - Feb 2017. Anandia PR - Sept 27, 2016. UPP022 - Biosolids. GENESKOOL Summer Camp at TRU - July 2016. AdapTree. Genome BC's Media Log. TRADE & INDUSTRY - 2016-2017.
ADs/Advertorials. BCPhA. BC Tech-HyperGrowth Launch - July 14, 2016. CMAJ (UPP010) - Sep 23, 2016. E@UBC - June 24, 2016. Childhool Asthma PR - May 2, 2016. Can-Share - Jan 26, 2016. BGI - Oct 19, 2016. Causes. Genome Canada - GAPP 5. Could genomics hold the key to surviving climate change? Could the world’s smallest secret help fight the world’s biggest problem?
Climate experts around the world have been calling for policies based on science to animate action by countries and societies to arrest climate change before it’s too late. So why not look to science itself as part of the solution? Genomics is the most fundamental science of all.