Technology drives science and science drives technology. At GNF, both go hand-in-hand as we seek to develop the tools that will allow new biological processes to be identified and the underlying mechanisms involved in human disease to be understood. These technologies cut across the life sciences and include genomics and proteomics tools, combinatorial chemistry, cell-based high throughput screening of genes or compounds, structural genomics, and forward/reverse mouse genetics.
Technology development at GNF crosses traditional boundaries of basic and applied science. Our scientists conduct cutting-edge research that ranges from studies on individual molecules to those on whole cells and tissues, and their efforts exist side-by-side with advanced technology development.
Technology Development is organized into five departments:
- Engineering and
- Computational Sciences and Informatics.