Mission

The mission of NCGAS is to enable the biological research community of the US to analyze, understand, and make use of the vast amount of genomic information now available. NCGAS focuses particularly on transcriptome- and genome-level assembly, phylogenetics, metagenomics, transcriptomics, and community genomics.

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Research highlights

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Cross-training biologists in technology 

CEWiT and NCGAS work together to bring women and biology to tech fields

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How frogs are cracking the evolutionary code

IU genome analysis center works with scientists to understand color variation in the strawberry poison-dart frog

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Teaching HPC and genomics side-by-side

NCGAS continues to bridge the gap between biology and informatics

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NCGAS provides the computing resources and more than helpful information that allow anyone to perform large data analyses. This is ideal for people with limited resources at universities with limited facilities.

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Events

Jan 09

PAG brings together over 3,000 leading genetic scientists and researchers in plant and animal research, and over 130 exhibits, 150 workshops, 1100 posters and over 1800 abstracts.

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NCGAS also hosts the GenePattern gateway, an open-source software package developed at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, for the analysis of genomic data. This project is funded by the National Institute of Health, ITCR grant.

IU GenePattern – NIH ITCR 1U24CA194107-01

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