HudsonAlpha Journal - 2009, Volume 1, Issue 6
December 22, 2009
Alabama needs more students to pursue scientific careers as we continue to compete for knowledge based, non-exportable jobs. In February, HudsonAlpha, WHNT News 19 and The Huntsville Times will host a nonpartisan Gubernatorial Candidates’ Forum on the Future of Education. Candidates will have the opportunity to present ideas on how to move the state forward through Alabama’s educational system. Read more.
Serina Therapeutics is working to improve the safety and efficacy of new and existing medicines.
Meet Dr. O'Neal Smitherman, executive vice president, and learn how his career path led him home to Alabama and HudsonAlpha. Read more.
2009 has been a tremendous year for HudsonAlpha! Please join us as we look back on this past year with "2009: HudsonAlpha's Year in Review" - a snapshot of genomic research, economic growth and educational outreach. Read more.
HudsonAlpha kicks off volunteer program
Nearly 30 future volunteers turned out for the institute's first-ever volunteer workshop earlier this month. These "Partners of Progress" learned more about HudsonAlpha's three-fold mission of genomic research, educational outreach and economic development. Read more.
Dr. Julie Finley, assistant principal at Bob Jones High School, shares her reasons for supporting HudsonAlpha. The assistant principal has seen firsthand the positive impact our educational outreach has made on her students.