News file for: BGI China
BGI and its partners have received funding from the UK to develop a software platform for the analysis of metabolomics data.
BGI Executive Director Dr. Wang Jun explains to Asian Scientist Magazine why the kung fu panda best describes the Chinese world leader in human, plant, and animal genetics research.
H3 Biomedicine Inc. and BGI have entered into a partnership to sequence and publish genomic data from pre-clinical cancer models.
Scientists have sequenced the genome of the medium ground finch (Geospiza fortis), one of the iconic Galapagos finches first described by Charles Darwin.
GE Healthcare and genomics organization BGI jointly announced today a multi-year research collaboration in stem cell science.
Researchers from Sichuan Agricultural University and BGI have published a new atlas of DNA modifications that are highly associated with obesity development.
Scientists from BGI have cloned the world’s first transgenic sheep using a simplified technique called handmade cloning.
BGI has launched a joint bioinformatics and computing laboratory with the National Supercomputing Center in Tianjin.
Agilent Technologies and BGI today announced a collaborative effort to develop new methods for next-generation genome-wide association studies.
Scientists from the UK, China, and the United Arab Emirates have sequenced the iconic peregrine and saker falcon genomes as part of the Falcon Genome Project.