Deutscher ReferenzGenom Atlas
German hub of the
European Reference Genome Atlas
Creating and consolidating a collaborative and interdisciplinary network of scientists across Germany and other European countries
This symposium brings together leading scientists of all disciplines working on biodiversity genomics. Are you interested in microeukaryotes, wildflowers, soil invertebrates, marine invertebrates, algae, and/or other species with tricky and fascinating genomes?
Then join us in the beautiful city of Cologne to discuss recent advances and challenges in the field, and how we move forward as a scientific community in Germany and Europe.
Germany has described over 20.000 species in it's territory, now we need high-quality reference genomes for all of them.
With specialists on all major taxa, we have the expertise and interest for approaching every species you could think of in the country.
Establishing the Reference Genome Atlas with high quality genomes for all eukaryotic species in Germany will be fundamental for the advancement of sustainable conservation effort.
If you want to contribute data and information of your taxon of interest, please download the template spreadsheet and forward your species list to firstname.lastname@example.org