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We serve government and commercial clients through a wide array of technical offerings that combine scientific rigor with proven quality assurance. Our expertise enhances the credibility and defensibility of government programs that provide for our national and homeland security.
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December 8, 2021 • An article posted on the academic research news website “Futurity” today highlights the work of SigSci Senior Scientist Gene Godbold. Gene has been working on a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-funded project led by Rice … MORE
December 3, 2021 • SigSci Senior Scientist Gene Godbold was interviewed by Houston Public Media today about his research on the Omicron variant’s transmissibility and its ability to evade vaccine protections. In the interview Godbold says “the takeaway message is … MORE
The omicron variant appears to have arisen in Africa, perhaps Botswana, and was first detected by the viral sequencing efforts of neighboring South Africa in November of 2021. The changes in Spike protein, relative to other variants, have concerned virologists … MORE
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