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Intro Rapports-EN


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Intro Rapports-EN


Summary

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Mot du Président-EN


MESSAGE FROM

the chair of the board

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Mot du Président-EN


MESSAGE FROM

the chair of the board

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“Fifteen years ago, a small group of scientists and policy makers took the audacious step of pushing back the limits to look far into the future. These people had a vision: one in which Canada would assume a role at the forefront of knowledge, and Québec would be a global leader in innovation.”
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Mot du PDG-EN


MESSAGE FROM

the president and ceo

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Mot du PDG-EN


MESSAGE FROM

the president and ceo

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“In the last fifteen years, we have traced a path from research to economic development. At first, our portfolio was composed almost entirely of human health projects, centred mostly on basic research. Our funding came from two sources only: 50 percent from Genome Canada and 50 percent from the Québec government.”
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Rapport 1-EN


ACTIVITY REPORT
Scientific Affairs

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Rapport 1-EN


ACTIVITY REPORT
Scientific Affairs

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“Genome Canada has launched several competitions and research programs this year that emphasized on exploring sectors other than human health.”
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Rapport 2-EN


ACTIVITY REPORT

Technology Centres 

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Rapport 2-EN


ACTIVITY REPORT

Technology Centres 

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“The Centre now has a total of 18 HiSeq instruments in addition to seven other types of next generation sequencers and can count on a generous grant from the Canadian Innovation Foundation to establish the first HiSeq-Xten platform in Canada. This platform will be accessible to the scientific community and will propel Québec and Canada toward a more integrated adoption of human genome sequencing.”
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Rapport 3-EN


ACTIVITY REPORT

Public Affairs 
and Communications

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Rapport 3-EN


ACTIVITY REPORT

Public Affairs 
and Communications

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“As a vector of economic development, genomics leads us to explore various sectors other than health, including agrifood, forestry, natural resources and the environment.”
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Rapport 4-EN


ACTIVITY REPORT

Human Resources 
and Legal Service

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Rapport 4-EN


ACTIVITY REPORT

Human Resources 
and Legal Service

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“The past year in Human Resources has been marked by Génome Québec’s concern with offering its employees a work environment that ensures retention of personnel while attracting the best candidates.”
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Rapport 5-EN


ACTIVITY REPORT

Finance

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Rapport 5-EN


ACTIVITY REPORT

Finance

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“Génome Québec receives most of its financial support from Genome Canada and the Québec government for the funding of research projects and the operation of its technology centres.”
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États financiers-EN


FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

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États financiers-EN


FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

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Comités / employés - EN


BOARD OF DIRECTORS,

COMMITTEES, EMPLOYEES

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Comités / employés - EN


BOARD OF DIRECTORS,

COMMITTEES, EMPLOYEES

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Retombées des grands projets-EN


LARGE-SCALE

PROJECT OUTCOMES

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Retombées des grands projets-EN


LARGE-SCALE

PROJECT OUTCOMES

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Bilan des projets terminés-EN


ASSESSMENT OF

COMPLETED PROJECTS

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Bilan des projets terminés-EN


ASSESSMENT OF

COMPLETED PROJECTS

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