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On May 6, 2014, the Ontario Genomics Institute (OGI) and its Scintelligence division hosted a one day life sciences and mining workshop in Sudbury, Ontario. The workshop featured speakers discussing opportunities around the application of life sciences and genomics approaches in environmental assessment, monitoring and remediation. More than 40 workshop participants from mining companies and environmental firms, academia, industry associations and funding agencies discussed how to apply these technologies to the mining industry. As a result, discussions are on-going in terms of potential new collaborations, and ways to move forward with the application of the life sciences in mining.
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