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The 'Explosive' Bombardier Beetle Got Robbed by a Dingo for the Title of Most Interesting Genome

5 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

This week, the Pacific Biosciences SMRT Grant announced the lucky winner of the World’s Most Interesting Genome competition. The contest was voted on by the public and a dingo named Sandy won the day. But was that the right decision? No, Sandy is kind of like a doggo and it’s clear that voters let her cuteness win out… Read more...

Sandy the dingo wins world's most interesting genome competition

(University of New South Wales) A wild-born, pure Australian desert dingo called Sandy Maliki has taken out first place in the World's Most Interesting Genome competition. The UNSW-led proposal to have Sandy's DNA decoded beat four other...Show More Summary

Sandy the dingo wins world's most interesting genome competition

A wild-born, pure Australian desert dingo called Sandy Maliki has taken out first place in the World's Most Interesting Genome competition.The UNSW-led proposal to have Sandy's DNA decoded was one of five finalists for the Pacific Biosciences SMRT Grant, which provides cutting-edge sequencing of the complete genome of a particularly fascinating plant or animal.

Dingo DNA Could Hold The Key To Understanding Animal Domestication

A proposal by University of NSW scientist Bill Ballard to study the DNA of a two year old Australian dingo - called Sandy Maliki - has been announced as one of five finalists in the World’s Most Interesting Genome competition. What makes it "most interesting" is that it may uncover what helps a wild animal become domesticated. More »      

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