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Connections – Bioplatforms Newsletter February 2014

Message from Bioplatforms Australia’s new Chairman – Dr Les Trudzik, New Biophotonics Centre of Excellence, ANU builds genomics resources for biodiversity studies, Australia to lead the way in innovative sleep research, Six years and still growing, New capabilities in metabolite analysis.

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Bioplatforms Australia partnership with the Garvan Institute

Bioplatforms Australia partnership with the Garvan Institute expands access to breakthrough genomics capability. Research infrastructure organisation, Bioplatforms Australia, has announced a strategic partnership with the Garvan Institute of Medical Research that will expand researcher access to the most powerful high-throughput sequencing platform presently available in the world.

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Connections – Bioplatforms Newsletter March 2013

New dataset supports great barrier reef, personalised cancer vaccines, Geraniums offer new insights on genetic evolution, Genomics virtual laboratory, the challenges of big data, Metabolomics in biomarker discovery, 2012 annual report.

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Connections – Bioplatforms Newsletter August 2013

New dataset project leads to first draft koala genome , BASE – impacts to microbe diversity and function in soil, epigenomics clues to gene activation , budget funding for Bioplatforms Australia, Nemo project reveals effects of ocean acidification, wheat pathogen project receives positive review…

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Great Barrier Reef

Bioplatforms Australia will generate genomic datasets for coral, their algal symbionts and associated microbes as part of ‘Sea-quence’, a project focused on protecting and preserving the Great Barrier Reef.

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Soil Secrets

“Soil Secrets” presented on ABC’s Landline program (Nov 2012) gives an excellent overview of soil research in Australia and the resulting benefits to agriculture. Our soil datasets provide critical genomic data for this research and are being generated in collaboration with a number of Australia’s leading soil and agriculture scientists including Pauline Mele who features in this program.

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