UCSC Genome Browser, Haussler Lab

"In 2000, my group assembled and posted the first working draft of the human genome on the Internet, and created what is now an essential tool for biomedical research, the UCSC Genome Browser. Along with our sister project, the Ensembl browser, the UCSC Genome Browser serves as the world's gateway to the human genome."

More about the browser and its bioinformatic tools

History of the UCSC Genome Browser

UCSC and the Human Genome Project

The Human Genome Project race

What is the human genome?

Reflections on the 10th anniversary of sequencing the human genome
essays from leading scientists discussing what the genome represents and its impact

Funding

Howard Hughes Medical Institute

National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH

National Cancer Institute, NIH

Californial Institute for Quantitative Biosciences


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