biodiversity is part of our DNA
Bring DNA analysis in the field
Do you remember our expedition to the Jorat forest in July 2023?We were particularly interested in the Jorat forest because of the care taken to preserve and develop it as a biodiversity hotspot in the canton of Vaud. It’s now official: after 20 years of work, 400 hectares have been protected and will be able […]Read More
We hope your DNA didn’t burn out too much over the summer, because the whole team is ready for a fresh start to the new academic year! GenoRobotics is set for some exciting developments in its projects. We’d like to welcome all the new faces who have joined the team at the start of the […]Read More
After a busy year, GenoRobotics is slowing down over the summer break. We’re looking forward to what’s to come and to welcoming the 20+ new students who will be working on the project. See you next year for another exciting year, including the planned expedition to Madagascar 😀Read More
Launched in 2018, GenoRobotics has its roots in the need for botanists to speed up the census of biodiversity. It was during an expedition to the primary forests of Madagascar in 2018 that the need for a field solution, in a challenging environment, became apparent.
Generalizing DNA sequencing for botanical purpose which will largely enhance the capacity of biodiversity referencing and monitoring by reducing sample exportation, accelerating classification and characterizing changes in ecosystem dynamics
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