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Tree of Life
Our Mission: To explore and understand the microbial world using ecogenomics

Latest Publications

Inferring short tandem repeat variation from paired-end short reads. (2014)
Cao MD, Tasker E, Willadsen K, et al.
Nucleic Acids Res. 42: e16.
Expanding our view of genomic diversity in Candidatus Accumulibacter clades. (2014)
Skennerton CT, Barr JJ, Slater FR, Bond...
Environ. Microbiol.
Linking microbial community structure, interactions and function in anaerobic digesters using new molecular techniques. (2014)
Vanwonterghem I, Jensen PD, Ho DP,...
Curr. Opin. Biotechnol. 27C: 55-64.

Shedding light on microbial dark matter one cell at a time

ACE Director Philip Hugenholtz and Tanja Woyke of the Joint Genome Institute have led an international consortium of researchers on a pioneering mission to elucidate members of Earth's most abundant yet often most elusive biological constituency.

Next week: Professor Pace at ACE, and ACE at QBP's Winter School

Norman Pace, Distinguished Professor of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology at the University of Colorado, will deliver SCMB's Skerman lecture (https://www.uq.edu.au/scmb/calendar/#event_anchor_280) on Wednesday July 3. Professor Pace will be hosted by ACE during his visit to UQ next week.