Blackberry and NantHealth have announced the launch of a clinical genome browser for Blackberry’s Passport device.
University of Chicago and the National Cancer Institute are addressing one of genomics’ biggest bottlenecks.
British citizens now have affordable access to their own genetic information, as 23andMe launch in the UK.
The CHARGE Consortium undertake the largest ever study of the genetics of memory. Meta-analysis reveals genetic variants associated with memory loss.
A joint effort between Arizona State University and IBM develops, cheap and scalable DNA sequencing platform.
Genome sequencing and ward information were used to control the Acinetobacter baumannii outbreak in Birmingham.
Illumina, USAID, and Broad Institute form partnership to help fight Ebola in West Africa.
llumina announce their three picks for inaugural Illumina Accelerator funding cycle.
As new genomic information becomes available, is the clinic duty bound to inform patients who might be affected?
User-friendly analytical tools could be set to help make genomic analysis much more widespread.
ISB, Google and SRA International are going to make it easier to access and analyse genomic data.