Genome Canada is launching a national research funding initiative called ‘The 2015 Large Scale Applied Research Program: Natural Resources and the Environment: Sector Challenges – Genomic Solutions
’ (2015 LSARP). The funding will be aimed at research and development projects that will develop genomics solutions for issues facing the oil and gas industry.
Examples of potential projects areas include microbial influenced corrosion, tailings remediation, and extraction processes. On June 23rd there will be a national workshop in Calgary to bring together key end users and partners for potential research projects; inform participants about opportunities for collaboration; and solicit interest in the 2015 LSARP initiative.
Please join the Canadian Genomics Enterprise for this exciting event at Hotel Arts in Calgary, Alberta. The keynote presentation will be provided by Dan Wicklum, Chief Executive Officer, COSIA
, titled “Collaboration and innovation in the oil sands: past, present, and future”.
A .pdf with additional information and the agenda is available
To RSVP, please visit https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/applied-genomics-in-energy-a-workshop-for-collaboration-registration-16880481976
. Space is limited; be sure to register early! If your registration category is full, please contact your regional Genome Centre (listed below).
If you are travelling from outside Calgary, we have negotiated a preferred rate and room block reservation with Hotel Arts. The group name is under "Genome Alberta" and the room rate is $229.00/night. You are responsible for making your own reservation by May 22, 2015 with Hotel Arts (403-266-4611, https://www.hotelarts.ca/
If you are a researcher and would like to present a potential research project poster, please contact Amy Noel
for the required poster template for the event.
We are looking forward to your attendance at the workshop!
- The Canadian Genomics Enterprise
Any general questions for the event can be directed to email@example.com
or to your regional Genome Centre:
Gijs van Rooijen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andy Stone: email@example.com
Genome British Columbia
Aniko Takacs-Cox: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kari Doerksen: KDoerksen@genomeprairie.ca
Micheline Ayoub: email@example.com
Ontario Genomics Institute
Elaine Corbett: firstname.lastname@example.org