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logo for Australasian Genomic Technologies Association
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We are a not-for-profit association whose 'brief' is to engage and support the Australasian genomics community by keeping abreast and being the 'go to' association for DNA/genomic technologies, advances, and their applications-mostly in the medical research and clinical diagnostics arena but also used in agriculture etc. Basically, genomic technologies can be applied to anything that has DNA! Next Generation DNA Sequencing (NGS) is a cutting-edge technology that we are right into at the moment. It is revolutionizing medical research and will soon be applied in many hospitals/clinics for diagnostics, in IVF, tissue typing and for tracking hospital-acquired infections. We hold an annual conference usually in an Australian capital city (sometimes in NZ). We also provide financial support to researchers in the form of small grants, and we like to support and develop students and young researchers . Our current webpage (undergoing a major revamp) can be found at the link: http://www.amata.org.au. (NB. This is our old name). We need a new logo that is eye-catching, clever and not too fussy.
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- There is an 'end on' image of a DNA double helix made by Rosalind Franklin in the 1950's which I think would work well - called "photo 51"-a copy of the photo uploaded above (black and white)-looks like a cross structure, striped, fading outwards. It's a bit different. - We do not want a logo containing the DNA double helix as it's been done to death in our field. However, incorporating the rod-like structure of a chromosome (which contains DNA double helix tightly wound up) might be OK. - Australasia in our case really refers to Australia and NZ only. - It would be good to incorporate "Australasia" somehow into our logo, but not essential. The more important point I think to help with our identification is something DNA/chromosome related. Not sure how to represented 'technologies" as there are slightly different technologies provided by different biotech companies and we can't be seen to be aligning with one or the other.
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