Volume 2. Issue 9. December 31, 2016.
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The CGR will launch in 2017 the "1000 Chilean Genomes Project" aimed at sequencing the genomes of 1000 Chileans and 1000 Chilean species. This initiative is an undertaking of the CGR with two other Centers of Excellence: the ACCDiS (Advanced Center for Chronic Diseases) and the CMM (Center for Mathematical Modeling). We seek partners from all research institutions, the private sector and the general public to participate. Visit the initiatives web page for more: 

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CGR 2016 final paper count: 45
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2016: highest productivity ever for the CGR

During this past year, our Center has published the highest number of papers for one year since its foundation in 2011. We also achieved an average impact of 5.97 (calulation based on ISI values for the five year average for each journal) compared to 5.00 for years 2011-2015. Congratulations to all for these excellent results!

Two courses for teacher training

The CGR will give two courses this summer, aimed at teacher training. The first is a course for students in Biology Education (training to become teachers) taking place between Jan 9th and 20th. The second course is a repeat of 2016's training course for school teachers to become familiar with the portable laboratory in animal development (Jan 9th to 13th).

Congress of the Future: Jan 9-13

The Congress of The Future, hosted by the Chilean Senate, will be held this coming month in downtown Santiago, in the old Senate building. See their web site.
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