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UPDATES:

There have been several updates to information contained in the 2005 Roadmap. See Genomic Science Program Strategic Plan. for the most recent program description.

Genomics:GTL Roadmap (2005)

The Genomics:GTL Roadmap (August 2005) is an aggressive systems microbiology plan to accelerate the scientific discovery needed to support the development of practical applications for DOE energy and environmental missions. The primary goal of the program is to achieve a predictive understanding of the capabilities of microbes and microbial communities for applications in energy, remediation, and global carbon cycling and sequestration. For a quick overview, see the Front matter handout (98 kb).

In 2006, the NAS reviewed the GTL program. As a result of this NAS review, the plan for GTL facilities outlined in the 2005 Roadmap was revised.

  • New Funding Announcement: DE-FOA-0002214 - Systems Biology Research To Advance Sustainable Bioenergy Crop Development
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  • New Funding Announcement: DE-FOA-0002215 - ESPCoR FOA 2215 Building EPSCOR-State/National Laboratory Partnerships
    Additional Information » [12/19]
  • 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. [8/19]
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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. [8/19]
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