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    2. Genome Prairie

      FLOWTER

      The Floating Wetland Treatments to Enhance Remediation project addresses cleaning oil spills in sensitive freshwater ecosystems. Genome Prairie is the lead Centre for this project and research is taking place at the IISD – Experimental Lakes Area under the direction of Dr. Vince Palace. FLOWTER is funded through the Genomic Applications Partnership Program. 

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      LSARP 2020 Natural Resources & the Environment

      Genome Canada, together with Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), is seeking proposals for large-scale applied research projects which focus on the application of genomic approaches to address challenges and opportunities in Canada’s natural resources and environment sectors, including interactions between natural resources and the environment, thereby contributing to the Canadian bioeconomy, a healthy environment and the well-being of Canadians.

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      Genome360 Initiative

       

      Active in both Manitoba and Saskatchewan, the Genome360 initiative provides access to the latest in sequencing and bioinformatics services and equipment. The initiative is building a genomics community to disseminate knowledge, working with educators to nurture a skilled workforce and providing an educational outreach program for youth. Plus, with storage, transport and a workspace, the electric-powered MOBILE lab brings genomics to the field.

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      Application of genomics to innovation in the lentil economy

      Lentils may be tiny, but they are an outsized source of opportunity for Canadian farmers. Canada is the world’s largest producer and exporter of lentils, exporting more than $14 billion worth of lentils since 1997. Lentils are eaten around the world, easy-to-cook, and high in protein and micronutrients, thus contributing to global foo