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BGI

BGI was founded in 1999 with the vision of using genomics to benefit mankind and has since become the largest genomic organization in the world. With a focus on research and applications in the healthcare, agriculture, conservation, and environmental fields, BGI has a proven track record of innovative, high profile research, which has generated over 1,500 publications, many in top-tier journals such as Nature and Science. BGI’s distinguished achievements have made a significant contribution to the development of genomics throughout the world. BGI’s goal is to make state-of-the-art genomics highly accessible to the global research community and clinical markets by integrating the industry’s broadest array of leading technologies, including BGI's own BGISEQ sequencing platform, economies of scale, and expert bioinformatics resources. BGI also offers a wide portfolio of transformative genetic testing products across major diseases, enabling medical providers and patients worldwide to realize the promise of genomics-based diagnostics and personalized healthcare. BGI’s services and solutions are available in more than 50 countries around the world.

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CNGB

CNGB will establish a state-of-the-art, highly efficient genetic information database, traceable biorepository, and the national standard of operation for genetic data and biospecimen collection, storage, and management. CNGB has participated in numerous international and national collaborations, aiming to establish a fundamental supportive platform for the biomedical, bio-agricultural, and marine biology research. CNGB will protect precious and unique genetic resources in China. By stimulating genetic and bioinformatics data sharing and utilization, and improving genetic data storage, analysis, and management capabilities, CNGB will promote further development of life sciences and biotechnology industries, seizing the strategic advantage of bio-economy and genetic resource for the future.