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Genomic Science Program

Bioimaging Science Program

BER research complementary to the GSP

Bioimaging Science Program

microbe

The Bioimaging Science Program within the Department of Energy's Office of Biological and Environmental Research (BER), sponsors research at national laboratories and universities that addresses grand challenges for biology. The program’s mission is to understand translation of genomic information into the mechanisms that power living cells, communities of cells, and whole organisms. The program’s goal is to develop new imaging and measurement technologies to visualize the spatial and temporal relationships of key metabolic processes governing phenotypic expression in plants and microbes. Annual program PI meetings are intended to convene investigators contributing to the program and review progress and the current state-of-the-art in bioimaging research.

Research Summaries by Year

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Bioimaging Science Program 2019 PI Meeting Proceedings [06/19]


Technologies for Characterizing Molecular and Cellular Systems Relevant to Bioenergy and Environment [09/17]


New Frontiers in Characterizing Biological Systems [12/09]

News

  • New Funding Announcement: DE-FOA-0002217 – Computational Tool Development for Integrative Systems Biology Data Analysis Additional Information » [11/19]
  • New Funding Announcement: DE-FOA-0002173 – Early Career Research Program Additional Information » [11/19]
  • Now Available: Breaking the Bottleneck of Genomes: Understanding Gene Function Across Taxa report [9/19]
  • 2019 PI Meeting: Genomic Sciences Program Annual Principal Investigator Meeting February 24 - 27, 2019, [abstracts and more...]
  • DOE Announces $64 Million for Plant and Microbe Research: U.S. Department of Energy announced $64 million in funding for 25 university-led genomics research projects on plants and microbes for bioenergy and bioproducts. [8/21]
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  • $13.5 Million for New Bioimaging Approaches for Bioenergy: The U.S. Department of Energy announced $13.5 million in funding for six projects to develop new approaches to microscopic imaging of plants and microbes. [8/21]
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