If I perform a Google search for the two words genome center, I see that the UC Davis Genome Center (henceforth UCDGC) is the top hit. But this is to be expected because Google has been personalizing search results for some time now, so this result is obviously tailored to me (if you didn't know, I work at the UCDGC).
If you are signed in to Google when you perform a search, the results will be heavily influenced by your search history and by what Google knows about you and your interests. Even if you sign out of Google, the search engine giant can track some information via cookies. Even if you disable cookies or use a private browsing mode, Google is still altering your search results because it knows your location (even if only approximately).
This explains why I will almost always see UCDGC as the top result when I search for 'genome center'. To get around this, I could use a search engine that doesn't track my activity, or I could use a private browsing mode in combination with a little-known feature of Google, that of changing your search location. It's possible to perform a search as if I was located in any major city or state in America.
So this allows me to see how often the UCDGC appears in the #1 position as I move around the country. I first performed a search for 'genome center' as if I was located in each state (e.g. set location to be 'Alabama', 'Alaska', 'Arkansas' etc.):