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September 29, 2016
 
 
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Canadian journalist Gwynne Dyer to host talk at Laurier campuses on climate change and terrorism
(Headline - Sep 19)
The Laurier Library transforms into an arts and culture incubator in the digital age
(Headline - Sep 19)
Laurier presents sexism in science exhibit and offers lab and campus tours for Doors Open Waterloo Region Laurier presents sexism in science exhibit and offers lab and campus tours for Doors Open Waterloo Region
(News Release - Sep 16)
Laurier researchers receive over $2M in funding from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Laurier researchers receive over $2M in funding from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
(News Release - Sep 09)
Laurier provides leadership in cold regions water sciences as part of largest university-led water research program Laurier provides leadership in cold regions water sciences as part of largest university-led water research program
(News Release - Sep 06)
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Dr. Gabriel Moreno-Hagelsieb, 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,
Biology