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TGen, IGC Break Ground on Future Phoenix Home

NEW YORK, June 16 - More than 350 guests, including Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano, attended a groundbreaking ceremony in downtown Phoenix on Friday to celebrate the start of construction on the future home of the Translational Genomics Research Institute and the International Genomics Consortium.

 

The six-story, 170,000-square-foot building is the first planned for a larger biotech complex called the Phoenix Bioscience Center at Copper Square. Total project cost for the TGen/IGC headquarters is anticipated to run no more than $46 million.

 

The facility should be ready for occupancy by November 2004, according to TGen.

The Scan

Missed Early Cases

A retrospective analysis of blood samples suggests early SARS-CoV-2 infections may have been missed in the US, the New York Times reports.

Limited Journal Editor Diversity

A survey finds low diversity among scientific and medical journal editors, according to The Scientist.

How Much of a Threat?

Science writes that need for a provision aimed at shoring up genomic data security within a new US bill is being questioned.

PNAS Papers on Historic Helicobacter Spread, Brain Development, C. difficile RNAs

In PNAS this week: Helicobacter genetic diversity gives insight into human migrations, gene expression patterns of brain development, and more.