Action for Genomic integrity through Research!

'agir' (aahhh-jzeer' or IPA /a.ʒiʁ/ ) means 'to act' in French

The public service association, AGiR!, founded near the shore of Lake Geneva, in a French-speaking part of Switzerland, acts to provide information and promote research to help protect genomic integrity - even at this very instant, by you reading the start of this website!

Find out more by clicking in the menu (left)!

Big News!

We not only have a 15th language for the old one page summary flyer, Polish (thx, DJ!!), but we are in the midst of updating the sites devoted to our domain

Please do continue to post the old flyers in your favorite language(s), especially where people still smoke cigarettes!

The adventure of spreading genomic integrity ideas and learning more continues, as mRNA vaccines make their effects felt...

Now that we are already a year into the Covid-19 pandemic, hopefully we all know, (even as vaccinations are gradually happening) that one still needs to ...

take care

wash hands

wear masks

To note: This set of sites will be linked from the new one, which is still getting its big update! Obviously, progress toward the 'cheek cell chip' at Hackuarium was slowed also, this past year... (We want to get a prototype out too...) -- but pandemics take priority and we still need more help for our transdisciplinary team to push Corona Detective over the production barrier to get regulators representative batches...

If you would still like to contribute to the old AGiR! site's 'flag counter' - which shows visits by people from 42 countries thus far, among which Poland and Singapore are a couple of the most recent - please first go to the main page in English, top of the menu, even if it isn't your first choice for language. Thanks! (also for corrections and comments, as we make the new site!) It is possible that this old school version of the site will be updated and linked, nonetheless, but the old flag counter may no longer work, and a new and improved landing site for our domain is the ultimate aim.

Genomic integrity is meant to include all molecular and genetic elements of cells! Active maintenance of these molecules and their

free interplay is essential for proper dynamic function (aka 'health').

Action for Genomic integrity through Research (AGiR!) aims to both raise awareness of the many things we choose to do which impact genomic integrity and define reliable and quantitative measurements suitable for controlled human studies and risk analysis.

Easy ways to protect genomic integrity are also recommended!

Check it out! (click any menu item, left!)

See a 'still' version of the logo at higher resolution by clicking on it in the sidebar.

If you would like a quick 'take-home' about the key focus, aims and goals of this Swiss Association, please visit the 'Summary/Flyer' page, where translations of the

AGiR! Flyer can now be found in 15 different languages!

Follow @AGIRgenomes