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March 29, 2015
 
 
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University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University to mark World Water Day with speakers, graduate fair and film screening
(News Release - Mar 20)
Laurier to host Water Innovations Walk Laurier to host Water Innovations Walk
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Laurier program helps young people get active
(News Release - Mar 17)
Laurier professor explores “The Secrets of Gravity” in free public lecture Laurier professor explores “The Secrets of Gravity” in free public lecture
(Campus Update - Mar 04)
Laurier to host concussion education symposium featuring former Kitchener Ranger Ben Fanelli Laurier to host concussion education symposium featuring former Kitchener Ranger Ben Fanelli
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Dr. Gabriel Moreno-Hagelsieb, SHARCNET Chair;  Associate Professor: Biology The ambitious goal of having an overall human genome sequence available resulted in the development of better technologies for DNA sequencing. Microorganisms were also put into genomic projects and biological databases are continuously inundated with huge amounts of information. My main goal is to use genome sequences to understand how genes are organized into functional modules, which genes keep their functions across organisms, and which are sources for functional innovation.

Dr. Gabriel Moreno-Hagelsieb
SHARCNET Chair; Associate Professor: Biology