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Funding Opportunity: Canadian 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Rapid Research

February 14, 2020 / News Article

Applications are due on February 18, 2020.

Request for Applications – 2020 Large-Scale Applied Research Project Competition

February 3, 2020 / News Article

Genomic Solutions for Natural Resources & the Environment.

Wildlife Management and Conservation in the Canadian North

December 3, 2019 / News Article

Genomic approaches to Northern wildlife management hinges on strong community participation

Using Genomics to Study Polar Bears and Grizzly Bears in the Canadian North

November 4, 2019 / News Article

The TACSI project conducts fieldwork in northern Manitoba, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories.

DivSeek International Network Inc.

October 24, 2019 / News Release

Genome Prairie partner DivSeek International Network makes hiring announcement

2020 LSARP Competition: Genomic Solutions for Natural Resources and the Environment

October 15, 2019 / News Release

Funding Opportunity – Genomic Solutions for Natural Resources and the Environment

IISD Experimental Lakes Area and Genome Prairie Launch Wetlands Research

August 30, 2019 / News Release

IISD Experimental Lakes Area and Genome Prairie Launch Unique Research to Explore How Wetlands Help Clean Up Oil Spills

Improving On-Seed Survival and performance of legume inoculants using genome shuffling

August 8, 2019 / News Article

OSS – Improving On-Seed Survival and performance of legume inoculants using genome shuffling is a GAPP project.

USask-led research teams awarded $24.2M from Genome Canada

July 23, 2019 / News Release

USask-led research teams awarded $24.2M from Genome Canada and partners to improve agriculture through genomic science.

Zika Virus Infection Research Supported by Genome Prairie

May 13, 2019 / News Article

In 2015 the news spread quickly of a devastating epidemic in Brazil, caused by the Zika virus (ZIKV). The virus then spread to other parts of South and North America, as well as some Pacific islands and Southeast Asia. ZIKV is spread by a bite from an infected mosquito, and can also be spread via sexual activity and blood transfusion.