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Since its founding, HudsonAlpha has striven to explain scientific discoveries clearly, free of technical jargon. The end-goal? Citizens who understand the implications and application of life science research, without requiring a dictionary or translator. Neil Lamb, Ph.D., Vice President for Educational Outreach, authors an ongoing series of articles for the HudsonAlpha newsletter. Each highlights a key concept, tool or technique important to the field of biotechnology.

Genomics Driven Oncology
Agricultural Genomics
Large Scale Genome Sequencing
Exploring and Understanding the ENCODE project
The Microbiome
Genome Sequencing to Uncover Disease
Stem Cells
Psychiatric Disorders
Synthetic Biology: Merging Engineering and Biology
Unlocking the Disorders of the Mind
Telomeres: The Aglets of the Genomic World
The Genetics of Eye Color
The 2009 H1N1 Flu Outbreak: Separating Myth From Fact
Genome-Wide Association Studies
Comparative Genomics
Copy Number Variation
The Human Genome Project
Personalized Medicine
DNA Microarrays