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Title: International Barcode of Life Project gets $8.1 million
Authors: BioTech
Keywords: BIODIVERSITY
GENOMICS
DNA BARCODING
SPECIES IDENTIFICATION
INTERNATIONAL BARCODE OF LIFE (IBOL)
IBOL
Date: 2010
Abstract: Researchers are quickly amassing barcodes or identifiers for a database of life forms, and developing new informatics tools and technologies. Once fully activated, the Guelph-based International Barcode of Life (iBOL) biodiversity genomics project, will involve more than 100 researchers from 26 countries. It will be the world’s first reference library of DNA barcodes. Any life form, from anywhere on the planet, can be rapidly identified. The article features a press release announcing the iBOL project, it aims and participants.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/48873
Project Number: 106106
Project Title: International Barcode of Life Project : Engaging Developing Nations
Access: IDRC Only
Copyright: Exchange Business Communications
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