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Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine, partially funded by CEHG, have mapped the genome of an unusually short-lived fish, paving the way for scientists to use the organism to study how genes influence longevity...    
Nov 24 2015 | PNAS
We are very proud of CEHG members, Oren Kolodny, Nicole Creanza, and Co-Director Marc Feldman, who have released the results of their CEHG-funded research in a new article, entitled "Evolution in leaps: The punctuated accumulation and loss of cultural innovations." Read the abstract below and...
Sep 10 2015 | Radio Bilingue
Want to hear a discussion of Mexican genetic diversity, in Spanish? Guests include Dr. Carlos Bustamante, Professor, Department of Genetics, Stanford University, Co-Founding Director, Stanford Center for Computational, Human, and Evolutionary Genomics  and Dr. Andres Moreno Estrada, Researcher,...
Aug 5 2015 | Mexican Museum, San Francisco | Posted In: Faculty
  * This release was shared on various public news sources, including Broadway World Art and The News Journal.  For Immediate Release
Jul 15 2015 | Software Carpentry
CEHG and the University Libraries are hosting a two-day Software Carpentry workshop for biology graduate students and postdocs who want to learn core computing skills for getting more done in less time and who are familiar with the command line interface and basic programming concepts (like loops...

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