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So cool! It's HudsonAlpha reimagined as a subway system. Thank you Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment and Dustin Timbrook for sharing and Artimaps for this unique creation!!


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Here is a view of one of the maps mentioned in the radio interview.
This was a commissioned piece, that was hand drawn and re-imagines the HudsonAlpha Institute campus as a subway system.

As this was a commission, I have degraded the quality of this image, but the concept is still obvious.

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From Facebook

So cool! It's HudsonAlpha reimagined as a subway system. Thank you Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment and Dustin Timbrook for sharing and Artimaps for this unique creation!!


Timeline Photos
Here is a view of one of the maps mentioned in the radio interview.
This was a commissioned piece, that was hand drawn and re-imagines the HudsonAlpha Institute campus as a subway system.

As this was a commission, I have degraded the quality of this image, but the concept is still obvious.

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HudsonAlpha resident company iXpress Genes travels to Earth's extreme places to further drug discovery.

http://www.waaytv.com/tech_alabama/ixpressgenes-expanding-lab-services/article_8dcdec44-ff38-11e4-8da1-bb707f38c018.html


iXpressGenes expanding lab services
www.waaytv.com
HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology resident company iXpressGenes may be small, but the services they provide are unlike what other Huntsville businesses offer.

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HudsonAlpha resident company iXpress Genes travels to Earth's extreme places to further drug discovery.

http://www.waaytv.com/tech_alabama/ixpressgenes-expanding-lab-services/article_8dcdec44-ff38-11e4-8da1-bb707f38c018.html


iXpressGenes expanding lab services
www.waaytv.com
HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology resident company iXpressGenes may be small, but the services they provide are unlike what other Huntsville businesses offer.

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Media coverage of #CROPS2015 from al.com, who spoke with HudsonAlpha Faculty Investigator Jeremy Schmutz about crop scientists' desire to grow good and abundant plants to feed and reforest a fast-growing world where "everyone wants to eat like an American" and the need to do it on less agricultural land than ever. http://www.al.com/news/huntsville/index.ssf/2015/05/an_alabama_food_conference_bug.html


An Alabama food conference: Bugs, DNA, drought and global warming
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What isn't up for debate this week: global warming and GMOs

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Media coverage of #CROPS2015 from al.com, who spoke with HudsonAlpha Faculty Investigator Jeremy Schmutz about crop scientists' desire to grow good and abundant plants to feed and reforest a fast-growing world where "everyone wants to eat like an American" and the need to do it on less agricultural land than ever. http://www.al.com/news/huntsville/index.ssf/2015/05/an_alabama_food_conference_bug.html


An Alabama food conference: Bugs, DNA, drought and global warming
www.al.com
What isn't up for debate this week: global warming and GMOs

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This week, HudsonAlpha is hosting more than 250 leading genomics researchers and plant breeders from around the world to discuss the latest genomic technology in plant breeding and crop improvement. Read more at http://hudsonalpha.org/blog/crops-2015-improving-crop-sustainability-genomics

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This week, HudsonAlpha is hosting more than 250 leading genomics researchers and plant breeders from around the world to discuss the latest genomic technology in plant breeding and crop improvement. Read more at http://hudsonalpha.org/blog/crops-2015-improving-crop-sustainability-genomics

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In 2014, the GSA - Genetics Society of America journals launched a contest inviting image submissions related to genetics and genomics. The winning entry was created by Jian Han, of the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and is featured on the current cover of the G3 Journal.

The image depicts an im2print tree map, with each rectangle representing a unique gene combination of B or T cell receptors, and the ability to defend against a particular antigen. The larger the rectangle, the more expressed the gene combination. Im2prints provide not only a quick graphical representation of the overall diversity of an individual’s immune repertoire, but are also personalized artwork.

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In 2014, the GSA - Genetics Society of America journals launched a contest inviting image submissions related to genetics and genomics. The winning entry was created by Jian Han, of the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and is featured on the current cover of the G3 Journal.

The image depicts an im2print tree map, with each rectangle representing a unique gene combination of B or T cell receptors, and the ability to defend against a particular antigen. The larger the rectangle, the more expressed the gene combination. Im2prints provide not only a quick graphical representation of the overall diversity of an individual’s immune repertoire, but are also personalized artwork.

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