. . . this just in, Genomics news.
Our research is making headline around town and around the country. We are proud of what we do and want to share with you what others are saying.
An article by Brian Clark, Marketing and News Services, highlights the genomics lab’s outreach at the annual Life Sciences Research Weekend in Seattle last November.
Tom Karst of the industry publication The Packer caught up with Amit Dhingra recently for an online chat about tree fruit breeding and genomics.
Voice of The Vine
October 30, 2008
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KPLU News 88.5
September 9, 2008
You’ve heard about the Human Genome Project, but what about the Apple Genome Project? Mapping the apple genome is a project of scientists here at Washington State University working with collaborators around the world. They’re helping orchardists come up with new varieties that require fewer inputs (such as pesticides and fertilizers) and produce more nutritious fruit. KPLU science and health reporter Keith Seinfeld recently met with Amit Dhingra, one of the leaders of the project. Listen to the broadcast here.
Puget Sound Business Journal
St. Louis Business Journal
Septerber 5, 2008
WSU’s The Innovators
August 27, 2008
WSU Today Online: WSU News
March 31, 2008
DNA Research Tackles Apples
March 24, 2008
Bringing Home the Apple (Genome) Cup: WSU, UW Spearhead International Project to Sequence Rosaceae DNA
CAHNRS and WSU Extension Marketing and News Services
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
February 20, 2008