Our partner organisations enable ORG.one to operate and function as effectively as it does, and will continue to ensure its growth and success into the future as conservation efforts become increasingly important to ensuring the survival of an ever growing list of endangered species.

University of Connecticut

US sequencing hub and core member, they are able to provide expertise and sequencing capacity and are able to accept samples to enable access to PromethION. They are building a new conservation genomics teaching course with ORG.one as the central dataset.

Natural History Museum

Genomic conservation is still an underused utility, the Natural History Museum, London is aiming to provide a bridge to the conservation outcomes that are the core of the project. NHM London are providing expertise, samples, and networks to ORG.one.

NVIDIA

Nvidia are providing basecalling of the data set throughout the life of the project.

EMBL- EBI

EMBL's European Bioinformatics Institute are kindly hosting the data for the project.

University of Nottingham - DeepSeq

UK sequencing hub and core member, they are able to provide expertise and sequencing capacity and are able to accept samples to enable access to PromethION.

Centre for Genomic Regulation

European sequencing hub and core member, CNAG provide expertise and sequencing capacity and are able to accept samples to enable access to PromethION.