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Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project

The Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project (BDGP) is a consortium of the Drosophila Genome Center, funded by the National Human Genome Research Institute, National Cancer Institute, and Howard Hughes Medical Institute, through its support of work in the Gerald Rubin, Allan Spradling, Roger Hoskins, Hugo Bellen, Susan Celniker, and Gary Karpen laboratories. The goals of the Drosophila Genome Center are...


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Personal Genome Project

The Personal Genome Project is an open-ended research study that aims to improve the understanding of genetic and environmental contributions to human traits. The project is currently enrolling members of the public who are willing to share their genome sequence and other personal information with the scientific community and the general public. For more i...

Berkeley BioWorks, Inc

Berkeley BioWorks is an engineering consultancy that specializes in the following key services.Whatever the scale of the project, Berkeley BioWorks turns ideas into robust solutions, on time and on budget.The company combines electro-mechanical engineering expertise with established partners in software development, thermal/fluid analysis and industrial design.


German Human Genome Project

In June 1995 Germany joined the international efforts of the Human Genome Project. The German Human Genome Project (DHGP) is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). The initiative aims to systematically identify and characterize the structure, function and regulation of human genes, in particular those with medical relev...

Longenity Inc

Longenity Inc. is a biotechnology company using genomics, bioinformatics, and systems biology, founded for the purpose of understanding normal aging, and common pathologies of human aging. Longenity has exhausted its funding and its working founders are returning to academic research. However, we are continuing to research aging and occasionally require the participation of human subjects. Dr. Es...

Genomining

William Saurin, former Chief Informatics Officer of Genoscope, left Genoscope with some of his team to found Genomining in 2001. Genoscope is the French Genome Centre , member of the Human Genome Project, that predicted the number of genes in the Human Genome in 2000.

Estonian Genome Foundation

Gateway to Estonian Biotechnology, Estonian Genome Project (population based genotypre - phenotype database)

Berkeley Patients Group

BPG opened its doors on October 31,1999 in Berkeley, California with the mission of providing safe and affordable access to quality medicine and life-enhancing services to Bay Area patients suffering from serious illnesses. Their philosophy of putting patients before all else compels the leadership team to be a philanthropic force in the Berkeley community...

BGI

BGI was founded in Beijing, China on September 9th, 1999 with the mission of being a premier scientific partner to the global research community. The goal of BGI is to make leading-edge genomic science highly accessible through its investment in infrastructure that leverages the best available technology, economies of scale, and expert bioinformatics resources. BGI, and its affiliates, BGI Ameri...

Berkeley Design Automation, Inc.

Berkeley Design Automation, Inc. is the recognized leader in nanometer circuit verification. The company combines the world’s fastest nanometer circuit verification platform, Analog FastSPICE, with exceptional application expertise to uniquely address nanometer circuit design challenges. More than 100 companies rely on Berkeley Design Automation to ve...

Fluoresentric

NOW, more than ever, is the best time to be a life science researcher. The promising and positive results from the Human Genome Project and other similar genome sequencing projects have made this possible. Whether it’s the research results or the technology developed in the project, research in the life sciences is bound to be accelerated especially in the field of genetics and cell biology. How...

The GDB Human Genome Database

In 1989 the Howard Hughes Medical Institute provided funding to establish a center for the collection of human genetic mapping data. This project ultimately resulted in the creation of the GDB Human Genome Database in 1990. Established under the leadership of Dr.'s Peter Person and Dick Lucier, GDB received significant financial support from the US Department of Energy and the National Institut...

GNI Group Ltd.

GNI Group Ltd. is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers Market, Code 2160, with headquarters in Tokyo and subsidiaries in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing and the United States. In the United States, GNI Group has, through its wholly-owned subsidiary GNI USA, Inc., a consolidated subsidiary, Berkeley Advanced Biomaterials LLC. which is a developer and man...

Zephyrus Biosciences, Inc.

Zephyrus Biosciences, a life science company based in Berkeley, CA, provides tools to enable protein analysis at the single cell level. Our first product enables western blotting on individual cells for the first time. The Zephyrus team is composed of biologists, engineers, and professionals with prior industry experience at companies including Applied Bio...

DNA Miners

DNA MINERSis located in Houston TX. It is owned and operated by Patricia Castro Ph.D.Dr. Castro received her Ph.D. at the University of Texas-Health Science Center in Houston TX in 2001. She has worked in the field of genetics and physical mapping since 1992. Over the past 8 years, she has developed a strong expertise in using genomic tools and databases. Completion of the human genome sequence ha...

Genome

Genome Canada is the primary funding and information resource relating to genomics and proteomics in Canada. Dedicated to developing and implementing a national strategy in genomics and proteomics research for the benefit of all Canadians, it has so far received $600 million from the Government of Canada. Genome Canada has established five Genome Centres across the country (Atlantic, Québec, Onta...

HUGO International Office

The Human Genome Organisation (HUGO) was conceived in late April 1988, at the first meeting on genome mapping and sequencing at Cold Spring Harbor. For some time, as the genome initiatives got under way in individual nations, the need for an international coordinating scientific body had been under discussion. The idea of HUGO was particularly Sydney Brenner's. He also suggested the name of the or...

Cortera Neurotechnologies, Inc.

Cortera is a medical device start-up, founded in 2013, that leverages over a decade of research and development in medical devices and neuroscientific products to study and treat intractable neurological disorders. Located in Berkeley, CA, the company has received grants and awards from DARPA (as part of the Obama BRAIN initiative), the NIH, UC Berkeley, T...

The Meth Project

The Meth Project is a national non-profit organization headquartered in Palo Alto, California, aimed at significantly reducing Meth use through public service messaging, public policy, and community outreach. Central to its integrated campaign is MethProject.org—a definitive source for information about Meth for teens. The Montana Meth Project, Arizona Meth ...

Igenbio, Inc. and Genome Compiler Corp.

Based in Los Altos, CA and Tel-Aviv, Israel, Genome Compiler is a leader in computer aided design and collaboration platforms for the synthetic biology industry. The Genome Compiler CAD tool allows scientists in the biotechnology, agriculture and pharmaceutical industries to design, debug and compile biological code, to develop better bio-based products fa...

Scarab Genomics, LLC

Scarab Genomics, a Madison, Wisconsin based biotechnology company, was established in 2002 to commercialize the Clean Genome® Multiple Deletion Series (MDS) E. coli that resulted from Dr. Fred Blattner’s first sequencing of E. coli at the University of Wisconsin. Scarab Genomics licensed the patented reduced genome technology from the Wisconsin Alu...

Cellectis S.A.

Cellectis S.A. is a world leader in genome engineering and genome surgery. The company focuses on developing and producing custom meganucleases for use in in vivo genome surgery addressing the therapeutic, agrofood, biomanufacturing and research sectors. Worldwide, Cellectis has entered into more than 50 agreements with major players in the pharma, biotech...

Haws Corporation

Luther Haws was a self-employed master plumber and sheet metal contractor as well as a sanitation inspector for the city of Berkeley, California. In 1905, while on his rounds at a public school, Luther noticed children drinking from a shared tin cup. This unsanitary though typical arrangement inspired the inventor in him. Using available parts, Luther Haws assembled the world's first drinking fauc...

The National Center for Genome Resources

Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the National Center for Genome Resources (NCGR) is a private, non-profit life sciences research institute. The NCGR mission is to improve human health and nutrition by genome sequencing and analysis. NCGR objectives are improved diagnosis, control and cure of disease, and better nutrition. www.ncgr.org

Aktogen Ltd

Aktogen Limited is a Cambridge University start-up company founded in 2003 by Dr. Zoltan Asztalos who has more than fifteen years experience in fruit fly behaviour genetics. Aktogen offers behaviour and genetic services for fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster laboratories, as well as pharmaceutical companies.


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