GCB Newsletter: Fall 2019

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GCB Newsletter: Fall 2019

Highlights to the current issue include

  • New Duke Center Takes Aim at the Dark Genome
  • Jenny Tung Wins $625K MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant
  • Programmable Swarmbots Help Make Flexible Tools
  • Accessing the Gut-Brain Axis
  • Beckman Foundation Highlights David Lab -- Watch Video!
  • Ornit Chiba-Falek Co-Inventor of Gene Therapy Program Acquired by Seelos Therapeutics
  • Sweet Adaptation: Investigating the Effects of Glucose on Adapter Proteins to Treat Diseases
  • International Research Experiences for Students (IRES) Now Accepting Applications
  • 2020 Summer Scholars Program Applications Are Now Open!
  • GCB Academy classes have now started -- sign up today!
  • 2019 Summer Scholars Program wraps up with an end-of-the summer poster session
  • Updates on the Cores
  • Student Spotlight: Danting Jiang

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