Monthly Archives: January 2012

Personal genomes and social networking – my spit is your date

According to Richard Resnick in his TED talk we will match genomes online to find compatible (cousins) – but what if we will find matches to likely partners? Entirely likely now that the cost of genome sequencing is trending towards “absolute … Continue reading

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Getting Data Shared – the next step and the real work begins

A commentary (linked here) in today’s Nature Genetics by a group in which I am part covers something I care a lot about. Sharing data effectively. Although its mostly social engineering, we describe how we have built a standards based approach, … Continue reading

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