Their ambitious 10,000 Genome Project has finally reached the milestone of sequencing 10,000 whole genomes!
On April 26, UNIST and Ulsan City officially announced that their ambitious 10,000 Genome Project has finally reached the milestone of sequencing 10,000 whole genomes. On this day, they also held a declaration ceremony to commemorate the su... Read More
Their findings have been published in the journal PNAS.
A recent study, affiliated with the Korean Genomics Industrialization and Commercialization Center (KOGIC) at UNIST has presented the whole-genome sequence and analyses of the endangered whale shark (Rhincodon typus), the largest extant fis... Read More
[ARN MAGAZINE] Professor Jong Bhak's research team has completed the genome map of Nomura's jellyfish for the first time.
Professor Jong Bhak, founding director of Korean Genomics Industrialization Center (KOGIC), together with Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology (KIOST), have presented the completed genome sequence of the Nemopilema jellyfish, for... Read More
KOGIC partners with National Institute of Biological Resources to carry out in-depth genomics study of raptors.
Their findings have been published in Genome Biology on August 29, 2019.
Birds of prey, otherwise known as raptors, have strong, curved beaks with sharp edges and are ranked at the top of the food chain. Because they are strictly carnivorous, the populations of most raptors are relatively small, thus are at high... Read More
The 2018 Genome Expo is scheduled to be held at UNIST from August 31 to September 1, 2018.
The 2018 Genome Expo is scheduled to be held at UNIST from August 31 to September 1, 2018. The primary objective of this conference is to share the results of 10,000 Korean Genome Project (Genome Korea) and the research work presented by in... Read More
Their findings appeared in the July issue of the world's largest scholarly journal, PLoS ONE.
A recent study, affiliated with the Korean Genomics Industrialization and Commercialization Center (KOGIC) at UNIST has presented the first whole genome sequence and analyses of the Myotis rufoniger, one of the most well-known and iconic pr... Read More
First genome sequence of critically endangered Amur leopard provides useful resources for diet-related genetic and health research.
An international research consortium, affiliated with UNIST has succeeded for the first time in sequencing the reference genome of the Korean leopard, better known as the Amur leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis). Scientists hope that their... Read More