GCB Newsletter Volume 2: Spring 2018

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GCB Newsletter Volume 2: Spring 2018

Highlights to the current issue include:

  • Research Roundup  - summaries of select publications from 2018 so far
  • GCB Pilot Projects
  • GCB Adds a Fifth Core
  • GCB Hosts Open House at the Chesterfield
  • Sequencing and Genomic Technologies hosts students from NC School of Scienct & Math
  • CBB Student Spotlight on Anna Lowegard
  • Updates on GCB's two Bass Connections project teams

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