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Illumina Supports Next Generation Scientists at Genspace

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Access to cutting edge genomics technology is expanding beyond the walls of industry and the conventional classroom. Illumina and The Illumina Corporate Foundation have granted Genspace in-kind product donations and a cash grant totalling over $100,000 to build capacity for authentic genomics research and project-based learning for New York City youth. The award will come in the form of a MiniSeq DNA Sequencing System, BaseSpace Sequencing Hub Credits, service contract agreements, library preparation kits and sequencing reagents.

Illumina Supports Enhanced Genomics-Enabled Discovery and Training Programs at UC San Diego

New laboratory automation technology will advance marine biomedical research, preparing students for biotech workforce
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Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego announced today that Illumina, a global leader in development and application of genomic technology to improve human and environmental health, has provided researchers at the Center for Marine Biotechnology and Biomedicine at Scripps new scientific equipment to build genomics and laboratory automation-enabled discovery and training programs.

Illumina Employees Volunteer Their Time at Over 100 Events in Celebration of Global Volunteer Month

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Illumina strives to create a purpose-driven culture with opportunities for employees to volunteer in their community through organizations that matter most to them. Each year, employees at Illumina are offered:

DNA Decoded Offers Digital Resources for Educators and Students in Celebration of DNA Day

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Over 65 years ago, deoxyribonucleic acid (more commonly referred to as DNA) was discovered by a team of scientists led by Rosalind Franklin, Maurice Wilkins, and James Watson. DNA impacts our lives each day, whether we realize it or not.  From helping us to understand and fight diseases like cancer to providing juries information to setting wrongly convicted prisoners free and a billion ways in between, DNA is a critical part of our lives.

Dynamic Digital Resources for Educators and Students to Unlock the Power of the Genome

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Over 65 years ago, deoxyribonucleic acid (more commonly referred to as DNA) was discovered by a team of scientists led by Rosalind Franklin, Maurice Wilkins, and James Watson. DNA impacts our lives each day, whether we realize it or not.  From helping us to understand and fight diseases like cancer to providing juries information to setting wrongly convicted prisoners free and a billion ways in between, DNA is a critical part of our lives.

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