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VBI’s Marketing and Communication group identifies key audiences for the Institute and implements a research-driven communication program to ensure information about VBI reaches its target groups. Managing the information flow for the Institute to both internal and external audiences is one of the primary responsibilities for this service-oriented group.

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Virginia Bioinformatics Institute
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Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA 24061

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03.27.2014
Voice of America News
Scientists build artificial chromosome

03.20.2014
ploscompbiol.org
If you can't measure it, you can't manage it

03.14.2014
Science360
Researchers write languages to design synthetic living systems useful for new products, health care

03.01.2014
Scientific American
How data mining uncovered rampant scientific plagiarism and fraud

02.24.2014
Roanoke Business
Educators look to video games to interest students in STEM and the art of critical thinking

02.24.2014
The Franklin News-Post
Local teachers work with Va. Tech to create game

02.13.2014
USAToday.com
Data analysis allows researchers to predict disease outbreaks

02.07.2014
NSF.gov
Substance in photosynthesis was at work in ancient, methane-producing microbes

01.17.2014
WSLS.com
Virginia Tech disease resource goes global

11.26.2013
GenomeBiology.com
Rumors of the death of consumer genomics are greatly exaggerated

11.24.2013
The Columbus Dispatch
Paid flu days reduce office illnesses

11.21.2013
WDBJ7.com
Registration open for Kids' Tech University at Virginia Tech: Saturday classes available for 9 to 12 year olds

11.09.2013
The Burgs
As a matter of fact, it is rocket science

10.04.2013
Science
Hey, You've Got to Hide Your Work Away

09.27.2013
U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command STEM Educational Outreach
Great Frederick Fair (GFF) virtual epidemic results

08.08.2013
WSET13
VT Researchers Question Safety of Nicotine Patches

07.19.2013
DecodedScience.com
Zombie Simulation at Boy Scout Jamboree: Bioinformatics At Work

07.19.2013
AP
Program lets Scouts turn each other into 'Zombies'

07.19.2013
CBSNews.com
Boy Scouts turn each other into "zombies" at Jamboree

07.15.2013
Bio-IT World
Arpeggi Adds Genome in a Bottle Consortium Data to GCAT

06.26.2013
WVTF.org
VT researchers study new flu

06.23.2013
Roanoke.com
Teaching 21st Century agriculture

06.19.2013
ScienceDaily.com
New details about H7N9 influenza infections that suddenly appeared in China

06.04.2013
WDBJ7.com
Students spend a summery Saturday learning about science

12.28.2012
ScienceNews
News in brief: International conference on complex sciences

12.11.2012
GenomeWeb
Teams see promise in PacBio for analyzing repeat structures in human genomes

12.04.2012
Intel iQ
Better future series: Containing flu & combating cancer

11.02.2012
Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal
Fighting cancer one employee at a time

10.03.2012
FierceCIO
'T-shaped' workers bring uniquely human skills to the IT industry

09.13.2012
WDBJ7.com
Virginia Tech gets nearly $1 million research grant

12.12.2011
Software for Synbio
Software for Synbio

08.21.2011
Growing research at Virginia Tech
Growing research at Virginia Tech

06.17.2011
VBI sheds light on recent e. coli outbreak
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute sheds light on recent E. coli outbreak in Germany

05.31.2011
Newswise
Plant Biology Meets Up with Computational Wizardry

10.27.2010
International Business Times
Copycats Beware: Software Finds Plagiarism In Research

10.15.2010
Roanoke Times
Using math and computers to understand diarrhea and ulcers

10.15.2010
Genomeweb News
On 10th Anniversary, VBI Envisions Doubling Its Operations in Coming Decade (Genomewebnews: registration needed)

09.16.2010
ABS News
Popular people help experts predict flu outbreak

09.15.2010
USA Today
Turkey and cacao genomes sequenced

09.14.2010
GenomeWeb News
VBI Launches Affiliates Program with More Corporate Research Partners in Mind

09.14.2010
The New York Times
Researchers Map Most of Turkey’s Genome

09.10.2010
Global Security Newswire
Synthetic Pathogens Might Pose Bioterror Threat, Scientists Warn

09.09.2010
WorldPoultry.net
Researchers contribute to turkey genome sequencing

09.09.2010
The Scientist.com
When is self-plagiarism ok?

09.08.2010
Genomewebnews (sign-up required)
International Team Sequences Turkey Genome

09.08.2010
Cordis News
Scientists publish bulk of turkey genome

09.08.2010
Wisconsin Ag Connection
First Genomic Map of the Domesticated Turkey

09.08.2010
USDA Press
USDA Scientists, Cooperators Create the First Genomic Map of the Domesticated Turkey

09.07.2010
Agence France Presse
Researchers publish turkey genome sequence

09.03.2010
Staunton News Leader
Federal stimulus funding for Va. Tech research approaches $35 million

07.27.2010
BioTechniques
iGEM algorithm preventing bioterrorism

07.23.2010
USDA Press
Study Unlocks Secret Behind Success of Disease-Causing Microbes

07.23.2010
UPI NewsWire
Plant infection method discovered

07.23.2010
Scientific American
Key Finding: Many Pathogenic Fungi Use the Same Entrance to Invade Host Cells