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  • Illumina scientist Marlem Rivera talks about diversity in science and all the support that helped her to where she is today. #IlluminaProud #STEM

    How diversity in science can benefit communities

    I am a scientist at Illumina, and I get to do amazing things. Last year, I was on a team that produced the first Atlantic bottlenose dolphin DNA sequence, findings that could support conservation. I love my work, but getting here wasn't easy, and I couldn't have done it alone.

  • Paula Dowdy, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Illumina Europe, Middle East and Africa talks about the new Illumina Centre in Granta Park, UK where groups can innovate, collaborate, and learn from each other in a beautiful, functional space just outside London. Check out job listings at the new European Headquarters!

    http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQZt1

  • “A bioengineer is someone who applies the principles of engineering to biological processes. Like a typical engineer would learn about flow through a pipe, a bioengineer would take that knowledge and apply it to flow of blood through a blood vessel or maybe through a medical device.”

    Learn more about Illumina employee Erin Fang and what a being a bioengineer at Illumia is about.

    http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQO01

    Video: Careers of the Future - An Illumina Spotlight Series

    Did you know that 85 percent of jobs that will exist in 2030 haven't even been invented yet? 1 Genomics will change everything-from how we diagnose and treat cancer, to how we feed the world's population - and we know that igniting genomic curiosity in students is a critical first step toward achieving Illumina's mission.

  • Thank you to our employees! We're proud to be named a Glassdoor Best Place to Work in 2019.
    #IlluminaProud
    http://gldr.co/BPTW

    Best Places to Work

    Employees have spoken! Here are the Best Places to Work in 2019, according to employees. Did your company make it?

  • Thank you to our employees! We're proud to be named a Glassdoor Best Place to Work in 2019.
    #IlluminaProud

  • Congratulations to CEO Francis deSouza and Illumina board of directors member Gary Guthart who, were named to Fortune Magazine's list of Business People of the Year for 2018. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQh5B

    Top CEOs 2018: Business Leaders That Delivered Results

    Take a peek at this year's businesspeople of the year.

  • Illumina named to Fortune Magazine's "Future 50" list - a ranking of global companies with the best prospects for long-term growth! #IlluminaProud

    Illumina

    Illumina is #36 on the 2017 Fortune 500 list. Find the latest news, stock prices and financial information for Illumina on Fortune.com.

  • Experience the breathtaking pace of genomic innovation through Illumina’s iAspire internship program. Our 12-week, global, summer program is filled with opportunities to innovate, collaborate, and invest in yourself. Our interns work on relevant projects and programs, right alongside our engineers, scientists and corporate employees. It truly is an opportunity to learn, grow, and become a fully-integrated member of the Illumina community.

    Applications open the month of October. Visit http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQrrR to apply.

    Internships | Internship program at Illumina

    We sponsor a 12-week summer program that focuses on relevant project work, networking opportunities, and professional and personal development.

  • We are so proud to join the world in congratulating Dr. Frances Arnold, California Institute of Technology Professor and Illumina Board member, for her Nobel prize in chemistry. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQrry

    Frances H Arnold, George P Smith and Gregory P Winter win Nobel prize in chemistry

    Briton and two Americans honoured for using evolutionary principles to develop proteins that have been used in new drugs and medical treatments

  • Francis deSouza, Illumina President and CEO, sits down with CNBC's Meg Tirrell in an exclusive CNBC interview to discuss tariffs, business in China, his company earnings and DNA sequencing.

    http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQMBD

    Illumina CEO on the growth of DNA sequencing

    Francis deSouza, Illumina President and CEO, sits down with CNBC's Meg Tirrell in an exclusive CNBC interview to discuss tariffs, business in China, his company earnings and DNA sequencing.

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