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The Core Facility of Genomics at the Institute of Genomics received new PacBio HiFi RevioTM sequencers. These will soon be used to analyse the whole genomes of 10,000 gene donors to the Estonian Biobank.
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On Wednesday, 3 April at 16:15, Elin Org, Professor of Microbiomics at the University of Tartu, will give her inaugural lecture "The past, present and future of human microbiome research".
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The University of Tartu invites its alumni back to the university city on 18 May. The first half of the get-together "Back to the university" will be filled with gatherings at institutes, tours of the university buildings, lectures by legendary academic staff and revived student traditions.
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1. jaanuaril algas Euroopa Komisjoni projekt POINT, mille raames uuritakse Covid-19 pikaajalist tervisemõju.



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