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 […]
Wednesday 24th October we encourage everyone to visit the CIGENE seminar. We have a special invited speaker, Dr. Camille Berthelot, who will present an in-depth analysis of gene expression and regulation across mammalian evolution. Please […]