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Announcements / 08.28.20
The Broad Institute has completed its ramp-up of onsite lab activity. The decision to ramp up was based on health trends in Massachusetts and guidance from the state and is coordinated with public health experts and our partner institutions. Our first priority is protecting the health and safety of... read more
Announcements / 08.24.20
Security, building access, and visitors To help us monitor and limit building density, please note the following about entering and exiting 415 Main and the Stanley Building: All Broadies will need to enter at the main entrance of 415 Main or the Stanley Building and pass by the security desk.... read more
Announcements / 08.24.20
All postdocs and graduate students are invited to join the NextGen Association’s Trivia Night 3.0! Friday, August 28 @ 6:00 PM Zoom: https://broadinstitute.zoom.us/j/94392947286?pwd=ZnMraU85cUNmTmtBcnloeUtKTVVkZz09 REGISTER TO PARTICIPATE: https://forms.gle/3zzok2J7eQXTTmZB9 You can register a... read more
Announcements / 08.19.20
Until further notice, the following enhanced protocols for security, building access, and visitors are in place: Building access: All main doors to 75A, 415M, 105B, and 320C are locked 24/7 effective Thursday, March 19. Broadies will need to tap their IDs on the exterior card readers to enter... read more
Announcements / 08.06.20
Beginning on Thursday, August 6, when you pass through the 415 Main Street lobby, you will see full-size DNAtrium gallery mock-ups prototyped by CambridgeSeven architects and Mystic Scenic fabricators. You will be greeted by a single ten-foot pylon near the lobby entrance, which is part of a... read more
Announcements / 07.30.20
Eid al-Adha, which means “Feast of the Sacrifice” also called Eid Qurban, is the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide each year (the other being Eid al-Fitr). Eid al-Adha honors the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son Ismael as an act of obedience to God's... read more
Announcements / 07.30.20
Stanford scientist Manuel Rivas describes how his mentors shaped his approach to research and training in his own lab.