The Allied Genetics Conference was an experiment for the GSA. We brought together under one roof seven separate research community meetings: C. elegans, ciliate, Drosophila, mouse, yeast, zebrafish, and population, evolutionary, and quantitative genetics.

Today we are launching another experiment, this time, to communicate results presented at the meeting. Thanks to a generous grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, we have published a meeting report in G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics and have posted more than 280 presentations from TAGC on our YouTube channel.

Browse TAGC videos

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The videos include audio and slides from each presentation and are freely available to the public. To help you navigate all this genetics, GSA created an easy-to-use website for browsing the videos. You can search for presenters or keywords, and filter by community, theme, and/or session title. Abstracts are also linked to each video, to give you easy access to further details, including author names and affiliations.

Read the TAGC meeting report

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The report in G3 includes highlights from each community meeting, contributed by the program committees, plus comprehensive summaries of a selection of joint plenary and other keynote sessions. We are grateful for the hard work of the organizers and presenters in putting together this important record of the meeting.

We hope you enjoy exploring and sharing these new resources!

If you have any questions, or if you believe your video has been incorrectly included or omitted, please contact Cristy Gelling: cgelling@thegsajournals.org.

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