genomics

Why Not Sequence Your Genome?

"Would you have your genome sequenced if you could afford it?" That question is posed in an (unscientific) online survey accompanying the final segment of NPR's "$1,000 Genome" series, which has been taking a look...

Could Genomics Inform Your Diet?

Dean Ornish's column, Eating for Health, Not Weight, in yesterday's New York Times explained the scientific arguments for how a plant-based diet is better than a low carb Atkins-type diet for improving health and reducing...

23andMe Opens Up to App Developers, But Beware

If you've had your genome sequenced, there will soon be apps for that. Personal genome sequencing company 23andMe this week opened up its application program interface to allow third-party developers to build "a broad range...

How “Cloud” Services Democratize DNA Sequencing

DNAnexus is providing genomic storage and analysis tools in the cloud. Techonomy Contributing Editor Adrienne Burke spoke with the company's leadership recently about what their innovative approach to managing this unique brand of big data...

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