Genomics: The future of agriculture and feedstock development

Last week, we attended the "International Conference on Next Generation Genomic View on Plants, Animals, and Microbes" hosted by Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory in Singapore, where academics and research institutes gathered to discuss the pivotal role genomics plays in plant, animal, and microbe...

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