We perform world-leading research in important and exciting areas of genetics, evolution and environment.
Centre for Comparative Genomics
The Centre for Comparative Genomics is an in-house facility that provides sequencing and genotyping on capillary machines. The service caters primarily for members of a consortium including UCL, the Institute of Zoology and Queen Mary School of Biological and Chemical Sciences.
This central UCL service facility provides various kinds of high-throughput analyses, such as next-generation sequencing (454, Illumina, ABI SOLiD), microarray analysis or high-throughput SNP genotyping.
The Legion cluster provides UCL researchers with high-performance computing capacity. The system was put into service in December 2008 and is accessible to any UCL researcher with high computing demands.
Blakeney Point field station
Situated in Norfolk, Blakeney Point provides a base for ecological studies of the coastal ecosystems in its surroundings and is used for undergraduate field courses.
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