UCSC Genome Browser in the News

UC Santa Cruz awarded $2 million for human genome variation map. Santa Cruz Sentinel. July 22, 2015.

The human genome: collaboration is the new competition. July 20, 2015. David Haussler. TEDxSantaCruz.

Why you should share your genetic profile. July 16, 2015. David Haussler. San Francisco Chronicle.

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    Share it. July 20, 2015. GenomeWeb.

UCSC Genomics Institute receives $1 million grant. Kara Guzman. January 13, 2015. Santa Cruz Sentinel.

UCSC provides new software that lets scientists browse private genetic data. Nicholas Weiler. October 29, 2014. Santa Cruz Sentinel.

UCSC researchers create Ebola genome browser. Kara Guzman. October 3, 2014. Santa Cruz Sentinel.

How being ignored helped a woman discover the breast cancer gene. Audie Cornish. March 27, 2014. All Things Considered, NPR.

Updated tutorials on UCSC Genome Browser now available. May 2, 2012. Digital Journal.

UCSC Genome Browser turns to 'data hubs' to avoid transmission bottlenecks for large datasets. March 18, 2011. GenomeWeb.

First Foldit, Now Phylo. December 1, 2010. Genomeweb.

UCSC cancer center gets $5.6 million stimulus from White House. Marissa Cevallos. September 30, 2009. Santa Cruz Sentinel.

CCDS Project passes 17k human and mouse genes in bid to eliminate annotation discrepancies. Vivien Marx. June 19, 2009.

UC Santa Cruz team creates tool to view cancer research data. April 10, 2009. Santa Cruz Sentinel.

Human genome: now online. December 10, 2008. Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal.

With global effort, UCSC team releases SARS genome browser. July 2003. Genome Technologies.

UCSC Genome Browser provides portal to finished human genome sequence. April 14, 2003. UCSC Press Release.

To capture better human genomic data, UCSC team builds a mouse trap. Ken Howard. March 21, 2002. GenomeWeb Daily News.

Genome liberation. February 26, 2002. Salon.com.

Working draft of human genome sequence is now publicly available on UC Santa Cruz web site. July 6, 2000. UCSC Press Release.

Human genome project draws on expertise of UCSC computer scientists to analyze and assemble genome data. June 26, 2000. UCSC Press Release.

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