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2018.01.26 | Research news

Science paper on the Nature of Nurture

Bjarni Vilhjalmsson from BiRC has contributed to a new paper in Science that shows how parental genotypes affect the phenotypes of the children, even those genes that are not transmitted. Read the paper here http://science.sciencemag.org/content/359/6374/424 or a feature on it by Carl Zimmer at New York Times

cover suggestion for Nature article (Illustration: Astrid Reitzel)

2018.01.05 | Research news

Danish pan genome paper pronounced most significant Danish research 2017 by videnskab.dk

The readers of videnskab.dk has voted the Danish pan genome study to be the most significant Danish research result in 2017. The main project, published in Nature July 2017 (https://www.nature.com/articles/nature23264), is a major Danish collaboration where researchers from BiRC played a very central part. The assembly and analysis of the 150…

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2017.10.10 | Research news

The mapping of the shared Danish genome

Danish researchers from three universities have analysed the genomes of fifty families and created access to very precise knowledge about how the genome of a healthy, average Dane looks. The new knowledge is called the Danish Reference Genome and it can increase our understanding of hereditary diseases and support the development of personalised…

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Thu 16 Aug
09:00-15:00 | Molslaboratoriet, Femmøller, Ebeltoft
BiRC Mols Meeting 2018
The annual 2-day meeting at the MolsLab will take place from 16 to 17 August.

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