Genomic data for biodiversity – a global challenge

Biodiversity loss is one of the biggest catastrophes facing humanity, and time to address it is running out. But to conserve biodiversity, we must first understand it, and this relies on open science and open data.
Graphic on blue background showing lots of species icons and graphic representations of genomic data
Genomic data for biodiversity research is produced and shared worldwide. Credit: Karen Arnott/EMBL-EBI

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