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News : UA-HZAU 2nd Bilateral Shennong Center Symposium
  webmaster Posted on 2012/1/10 8:00:00 ( 1530 reads )

January 12th - 13th, 2012 • Thomas W. Keating Bioresearch Building
Speakers:
Xianlong Zhang, Xiangfeng Bryan Wang, Changyin Wu, Chieri Kubota, Lizhong Xiong, Mike Barker, Zhibiao Ye, Eric Lyons, Shelly McMahon, Meizhong Luo, Mark Beilstein, Jinling Meng, Rebecca Mosher, Yongzhong Xing, Shane Burgess, Rod A. Wing …

News : A young AGI scientist and high school student, participated in this summer's internship program called KEYs
webmaster Posted on 2011/7/31 23:50:00 ( 1001 reads )

Carlos Ramirez, a young AGI scientist and high school student, participated in this summer's internship program called KEYs: " Keep Engaging Youth in Science ". Carlos worked on comparative alignments and observations of 5 Oryza species using physical map data, BAC clones end sequences (BES) and pseudomolecule sequences.

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News : Extraordinary Faculty Award to Dr. Rod Wing
webmaster Posted on 2011/5/31 23:50:00 ( 1253 reads )

Extraordinary Faculty Award Dr. Rod Wing is a Professor of Plant Science, Bio5 Institute and Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, and the Director of the Plant Genomics Institute, whose primary focus is in the area of structural, evolutionary and functional genomics of crop plants.
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News : On March 4th, 2011, AGI hosted its first Plant Science Family Night (PSFN) at Ventana Vista Elementary School
webmaster Posted on 2011/4/1 0:00:00 ( 996 reads )

On March 4th, 2011, AGI hosted its first Plant Science Family Night (PSFN) at Ventana Vista Elementary School. Read a local news article about this exciting event and download the PSFN Journal we distributed highlighting the importance of plant science research in our community. Our next PSFN will be held at the same location on September 30, 2011. Details here.

News : Rod Wing has been elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
webmaster Posted on 2011/2/28 23:50:00 ( 888 reads )

Rod Wing has been elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), an honor accorded to distinguished members of the Association, the world's largest scientific society and publisher of Science magazine. Fellows are elected annually by the AAAS Council. The Association has awarded fellowships since 1874.
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News : "Oryza Genome Evolution" grant funded by the NSF
webmaster Posted on 2010/9/30 23:50:00 ( 978 reads )

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News : The B73 Maize Genome Sequence: B73 RefGen_v2
webmaster Posted on 2010/3/31 23:50:00 ( 2797 reads )

The NSF funded Maize Genome Sequencing Consortium is pleased to announce the release of a significantly improved version of the B73 Maize Genome Sequence: B73 RefGen_v2.

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News : The complete set of maize FLcDNA clones is available for public distribution
webmaster Posted on 2010/2/28 23:50:00 ( 874 reads )

The complete set of maize FLcDNA clones is available for public distribution. This is the set described in the recent publication from AGI (Y. Yu), AGCOL (C. Soderlund) and Stanford (V. Walbot): . Sequencing, Mapping, and Analysis of 27,455 Maize Full-Length cDNAs. 2009. PLoS Genetics, November 2009, Volume 5 Issue 11, e1000740. The set of clones is named "ZM_BFzz" and is available from the AGI Resource Center. Details here.

News : AGI Director, Professor Rod Wing, has won a prestigious Humboldt Research Award
webmaster Posted on 2009/11/30 23:50:00 ( 1105 reads )

AGI Director, Professor Rod Wing, has won a prestigious Humboldt Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.
http://www.weigelworld.org/news/sabba ... rod-wing-wins-prestigious

News : The Maize Genome Sequencing Consortium publishes the B73 Reference Sequence today in Science
webmaster Posted on 2009/11/19 0:00:00 ( 2179 reads )

The Maize Genome Sequencing Consortium publishes the B73 Reference Sequence today in Science. AGI played a leading role by selecting and validating a minimum tiling path of 16,000 BAC clones across the maize genome.

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