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DNA double helix
Genetics and genomics graphic concept { © Gregory Spencer - iStockphoto }
Genome exhibition at the Geneva University Medical School { UNIGE - Jacques Erard }
Mitosis phases (+ cytokinesis) of the eukaryotic cell { Mariana Ruiz Villarreal - Wikimedia }
3 views of RNA polymerase II elongation complex C - PDB ID 3m3y { JSmol view - Proteopedia }
Sciences III main entrance { UNIGE - Jacques Erard }
Human Down syndrome karyotype { Darryl Leja - NHGRI }
3 nucleosome core particles - From left to right: PDB ID 3c1b, PDB ID 1aoi & PDB ID 2pyo
Geneva University Hospital esplanade { UNIGE - Jacques Erard }
Genomics keyword cloud
Human neural stem cells from fetal cortex { Corey Seehus - Brain Cells Inc, USA & GE Healthcare }
Main hall of the Geneva University Medical School { UNIGE - Jacques Erard }

Welcome to the iGE3 website !

iGE3, the Institute of Genetics and Genomics of Geneva, is a dynamic structure of the University of Geneva to promote research and teaching related to the human and other genomes. Our ambition is to understand life in the light of the structure, variation and function of genomes, and to contribute to the promotion of health based on the studies of the various human genomes.

Stylianos E. Antonarakis, Director

iGE3 seminar

  1. iGE3 seminar – Detlef Weigel

    Origin and consequences of (epi)genetic variation in Arabidopsis thaliana and relatives Detlef Weigel, PhD Director of the Molecular Biology DepartmentMax Planck Institute for Developmental Biology – Tübingen, Germany Wednesday, February 4, 2015 – 16 h...


  1. LS2 Annual Meeting 2015

    For more than 15 years, the LS2 (formerly USGEB) Annual Meeting brings together life scientists from all career stages and numerous disciplines as well as industry partners from all over the world. The 2015 edition will take place on January 29 & 30, 2015, at Campus Irchel, University of Zurich....

Soirée publique

  1. Soirée publique au Bioscope !

    Soirée publique: Venez découvrir le Bioscope ! Le mardi 3 février 2015, entre 18 h et 20 h, venez découvrir le Bioscope, le nouveau laboratoire public consacré aux sciences de la vie et aux sciences biomédicales de l’Université de Genève. Apportez vos idées, vos envies, vos questions...


  1. Cycle de conférences Culture & Rencontre 2015

    Des milliards de microbes Cycle de conférences scientifiques organisées par (culture & rencontre) en collaboration avec l’Université de Genève. Mercredis 7, 14, 21 et 28 janvier, et mercredi 4 février 2015 – 20 h Aula du Collège de Saussure 9, Vieux Chemin d’Onex 1213 Petit-Lancy...