Discovery, education, and
Thirty years ago, the Human Genome Project marked a new era in science exemplified by the power of collaboration for a common goal, and the importance of communication and open sharing of data. The Hudson- Alpha Institute for Biotechnology was founded on those principles, which continue to resonate broadly across all areas of biology and medicine. We are proud to share with you the accomplishments, progress, and goals of the Institute in this 2019-2020 Research Report. In the two years since our last report, HudsonAlpha scientists published more than 250 papers, recruited two new faculty as part of our Center for Plant Science and Sustainable Agriculture, and continued to make internationally recognized contributions across a diversity of fields, from human health and disease to solving biological mysteries to renewable energy development.
Rick Myers, PhD and colleagues at a Human Genome Project scientific meeting.
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