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NSF Program Director Visits WSU

Office of Research Advancement and Partnerships has the pleasure to host Dr. William (Bill) J. Cooper, NSF Program Director, on Friday, September 15th. The program will be as follows:

9:30 AM – Reception; Lighty 280

10:00 AM – Seminar by Dr. Cooper, Topic: General Information on NSF Environmental Engineering and CAREER programs; Lighty 280

11:00 AM – Discussions with Faculty; Lighty 280

2:00 PM – Research Seminar by Dr. Cooper, Topic: Recent studies of NOM excited states in the photochemical (sunlight) fate of organic compounds and application in the design and optimization of constructed wetlands; Lighty 405

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Expanding the Genomics Toolkit: From Genotyping to de Novo Assembly

Join us for a seminar to learn how Illumina technologies can support you through discovery, development, and genetic screening applications.

During this event, Illumina experts will present an overview of the latest in next-generation sequencing (NGS) and array- based technologies as well as expanding methods in agrigenomics. We’ll include basic concepts like whole-genome, array vs. genotyping by sequencing (GBS) methods and key advantages over traditional technologies. You’ll also hear from your colleagues who will provide current examples of what this technology is enabling them to do now.

Learn how the latest advancements with Illumina NGS and array technologies can support your research today.

Speakers Include:

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