GGBN is a global consortium of organizations supporting the collection, maintenance and sharing of research-quality genomic specimens.
GGI Gardens is a program to enhance global plant collections by strategically collecting and preserving genome-quality samples representing global plant diversity.
Information on tissue and DNA collections available for research through the Global Genome Biodiversity Network.
Tools developed by GGI to analyze data associated with collections, DNA barcoding, and gap analysis.
Consortium of the Barcode of Life (CBOL) DNA Barcoding Data Standard for specimen metadata or sequence data.
Barcode Data Standard
Additional information on internal funding opportunities, tools, and services that support genomics projects at the Smithsonian can be found on our internal GGI-page on Darwin.