Virginia Tech ENSIMAG Biosecurity Team

A team of students from ENSIMAG, an engineering school in Grenoble, France, and Virginia Tech is using bioinformatics to implement federal guidance on synthetic genomics. The students’ work will help gene synthesis companies and their customers better detect the possible...

VT-ENSIMAG Biosecurity Team featured in a BioInform Story

VT-ENSIMAG Biosecurity Team featured in a BioInform Story

The work of the VT-ENSIMAG Biosecurity team is featured in a story published by BioInform. Read article.

Virginia United undergraduate iGEM team to compete in synthetic biology competition

Virginia United undergraduate iGEM team to compete in synthetic biology competition

Students from five academic institutions in Virginia and West Virginia have joined together to form Virginia United, a regional team that will compete in the 2010 International Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) competition, the nation’s premier synthetic biology event for undergraduates....

The postcard that Matt sent from PSB is published by PLoS Computational Biology

The postcard that Matt sent from PSB is published by PLoS Computational Biology

Matt sent a post-card to PLoS Computational Biology from the Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. It was well received. Read article.

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Lux receives Department of Defense SMART scholarship

The United States Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded a prestigious scholarship to a graduate research assistant at the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute (VBI) at Virginia Tech. Read article.

GenoCAD for iGEM published in Nucleic Acids Research

We have customized GenoCAD to make it easier for iGEM students to use this technology. Read article.  

Virginia Tech licenses GenoCAD source code to ISCB

Virginia Tech licenses GenoCAD source code to ISCB

Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, an affiliated corporation of Virginia Tech, today announced at the Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing that it has licensed the source code of GenoCAD to the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). This agreement will facilitate the...

DNA Sensors Getting Ready to Sniff Out Terrorist Attacks

DNA Sensors Getting Ready to Sniff Out Terrorist Attacks

Our collaboration with MITRE is featured by Homeland Security Outlook (www.HSoutlook.com) a new multimedia portal of information and analysis on issues pertaining to homeland security. The article entitled DNA Sensors Getting Ready to Sniff Out Terrorist Attacks summarizes a manuscript...

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