A simple saliva test could help to gauge, with unprecedented accuracy, a woman's risk of developing breast cancer during her lifetime, according to an international study published today involving researchers from Université Laval and the CHU de Québec-Université Laval Research Center.
Put an “X” next to Oct. 24 for Genomics on the Hill
Genome Canada has conducted a review of its integrated GE3LS research program and is now seeking input regarding its findings and recommendations.
More than $20 million for collaborations between researchers and businesses to save lives, help farmers and protect the environment
Genome Canada is pleased to release Living Innovation – Genome Canada annual report 2017-18.
Genome Canada is living innovation. We are proud to support Canadian genomics research that maps and harnesses the biological code to fight disease and climate change, protect food supplies, and put science at the heart of industrial renewal and growth.
Genome Canada is committed to ensuring genomics benefits Canadians. To this end, we are developing a new strategic plan to reaffirm our role in Canadian research and innovation, and ensure we continue to effectively support genomics researchers and users of genomics in the years ahead.