- Welcome to Genome Prairie
- How 4DWheat May Play a Role in Humanity’s Future
- The COV3R project and COVID’s next possible threat
- Genome Prairie’s GENICE II:
and Our Impact
Current & Past
Genome Prairie and Our Impact
Current & Past Projects
2022 - Present
Bison Integrated Genomics (BIG)Learn more
CanCOGeN – Canadian COVID-19 Genomics NetworkLearn more
CPMN – Canadian Prairie Metabolic NetworkLearn more
2020 - 2022
COV3R – COVID-19 Rapid Regional ResponseLearn more
CTAG2 – Canadian Triticum Applied GenomicsLearn more
2019 to 2023
4DWheat – Diversity, Discovery, Design and DeliveryLearn more
EcoToxChip – A toxicogenomics tool for chemical prioritization and environmental managementLearn more
2019 - 2023
EVOLVES – Enhancing the Value of Lentil Variation for Ecosystem SurvivalLearn more
2019 - 2022
FLOWTER – Floating Wetland Treatments to Enhance RemediationLearn more
GENICE IILearn more
2019 - 2023
Genomic ASSETS (Antimicrobial Stewardship Systems from Evidence-based Treatment Strategies) for LivestockLearn more
GENICE: Microbial Genomics for Oil Spill Preparedness in Canada’s Arctic Marine EnvironmentLearn more
2018 - 2021
Improving on-seed survival and performance of legume inoculants using genome shufflingLearn more
Building Research Capacity
Genome Prairie enables regional researchers to participate in Genome Canada competitions and other provincial initiatives.
Climate-Smart Agriculture and Food Systems Funding Opportunity
Genome Prairie through Genome Canada is launching a new Climate Action Genomics Initiative funding opportunity in May 2022. Interdisciplinary Challenge Teams (ICTs) represent the largest, key component of the initiative.
Genomic Applications Partnership Program (GAPP)
The Genomic Applications Partnership Program will fund downstream research and development (R&D) projects that address real world challenges and opportunities as identified by users of genomics research (i.e. industry, government…
SeekNET: Genome Prairie’s new initiative
advances Manitoba Agricultural Biotechnology.
The Unfolding Story
Maximizing the benefits of genomics
To date, Genome Prairie has supported over $260M of research activity across Manitoba and Saskatchewan learn more.
Funding is Leveraged
Our projects have resulted in a number of collaborative relationships with partners around the world.
Driving genomics research, development and knowledge translation to better protect, feed, heal and empower the people of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and beyond.
Building a healthier and more productive environment for everyone through genomics.