Simen Rød Sandve from CIGENE is co-author of an article about genome mapping of Norwegian species. The article is published in forskning.no.
Today we received the great news that the European Commission will start grant preparation for the Horizon 2020 project AQUA-FAANG – Advancing European Aquaculture by Genome Functional Annotation.
Researchers at Aquagen and CIGENE are pleased to make available a de novo draft genome assembly from Lumpfish (Norwegian: Rognkjeks). This fish is used extensively for controlling sea lice in salmonid aquaculture, and is itself […]
Simen Sandve from CIGENE has been part of the NMBU talent program, which has been a huge success. The program has supported 9 young research talents to develop important competence withing research leadership and communication. More […]
CIGENE members have contributed to two articles in high impact journals; Nature Genetics and Science. In the Nature Genetics correspondence “Subfunctionalization versus neofunctionalization after whole-genome duplication”, Simen Sandve is the first author on a comment to […]
The Rector of NMBU, Mari Sundli Tveit, and pro-rector for research, Øystein Johnsen, visited yesterdays the CIGENE laboratories. They were accompanied by the Dean of the Faculty of Bioscienses, Kari Kolstad and leader of IHA […]
See a new press-release at ScienceNordic (science news from the Nordic countries) reporting on our recent paper describing the development of a 58K SNP array and genetic linkage map for Nile Tilapia. The press-release can […]