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I’m in Berkeley right now at the annual Bio-Link Summer Fellows forum. We’re getting to hear talks from people in the biotech industry, listen to enthusiastic instructors describe their biotech programs and ideas, and try out new educational materials.

Yesterday, two speakers (Damon Tighe and Jason Baumohl) from the Joint Genome Institute in Walnut Creek, CA, gave a fun talk about DNA sequencing and sequence assembly.

They also showed some very nice Flash animations, made by Damon Tighe, at the JGI, that illustrate how DNA sequencing is done. There’s no sound, but the animations are quite nice. The site also has some step by step diagrams describing the process.

I think the animations and diagrams would be a great help to students who are engaged in DNA sequencing projects.


  1. #1 Damon Tighe
    June 4, 2008

    if you want specific sections of the animation and the text narration I can get that to folks. Just email me at tighe2@llnl.gov

  2. #2 Sandra Porter
    June 4, 2008

    Thanks Damon!

  3. #3 yuyongxiang
    November 8, 2009

    Thanks Damon!

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