Topic: Center for Systems and Synthetic Biology

Systems Biologist Receives $2.5 Million Pioneer Award for Genome Research

Sept. 19, 2012

Marcotte's project focuses on what he sees as the next step in "next-generation" genome sequencing technology.

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Scientists Find New Genes for Cancer, Other Diseases in Plants, Yeast and Worms

April 13, 2010

From deep within the genomes of organisms as diverse as plants, worms and yeast, scientists have uncovered new genes responsible for causing human diseases such as cancer and deafness.

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Next-Generation Gene Sequencing Technology Enables Advanced Genomic Research

Jan. 29, 2009

A newly installed next-generation genome analysis technology will help scientists at The University of Texas at Austin rapidly catalog large genomes and further push the boundaries of genomic research.

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Marcotte Honored As Outstanding Young Investigator by Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas

Jan. 10, 2008

In recognition of past contributions to and future promise in the field of functional genomics and bioinformatics, University of Texas at Austin Professor Edward Marcotte will receive a 2008 Edith and Peter O'Donnell Award from The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas (TAMEST).

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University of Texas at Austin professor chips in to determine how genes work with each other

Aug. 28, 2007

Scores of scientists from dozens of institutions gave one percent of the human genome a thorough going over as the start of the Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) project.

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