Genome BC supports leading-edge technologies and translation of genomics into use in society by working in collaboration with sector partners like you.
Genome British Columbia will award up to $250,000 CDN per project, with a 1:1 match from your organization.
We work directly with you to post "challenges" on the GeneSolve website, where researchers can submit proposed genomics solutions.
Next, we work with you to select the research team whose proposed solution best fits your need. The selected research team then works directly with you to develop the research plan.
Access to leading edge academic expertise
Augment your R&D Budget
Custom support for your research needs
Contact Genome BC anytime to discuss how researchers can help solve your challenges through GeneSolve.
Genomics was used to examine microbial ecology, mitigating risks associated with the accidental release of ethanol-blended fuels.
A genetic screening of Hep C patients predicts the effectiveness of a costly therapy before treatment begins.
Genomics provides a management tool for freshwater fisheries to inform prioritization of populations and resources.
When surveillance techniques failed to predict the avian flu outbreak, ~240K birds and hundreds of millions of dollars were lost. Genomics provided new techniques that dramatically improved surveillance.
Calculating Genomic Estimated Breeding Values (GEBV) for commercially important target traits in Western Red cedar.
Genomics research is being used to find cost effective and efficient bio-remediation in Oils Sands process affected water (OSPW).