How long-read sequencing technologies are becoming smaller, cheaper and more accessible.
As the volume and depth of genomic data grows, bioinformaticians are translating genomic data into interpretable patterns leading to new biological insight.
10,000 exomes available to autism researchers over regular internet connection
We chat with James Sietstra, President of Seven Bridges, about the Cancer Genomics Cloud and enabling collaboration.
Curoverse launch software on Microsoft platform following “clear demand” from customers.
We chat with Genomics plc CEO John Colenutt about big data and what they’ll be up to Festival of Genomics
Onramp Bioinformatics are creating use-friendly infrastructure for genomic data. CEO and Founder Tim Wesselman explains how.
Check out just some of the opportunities available on the Front Line Genomics Jobs Board this month
Linking over 100 hospitals and laboratories, the Swiss bioinformatics company has formed the world’s largest clinical genomics network for diagnostics.
The International Cancer Genome Consortium have announced that 1,200 cancer whole genome sequences are now available via Amazon Web Services.
Genomic data can no longer be managed by simply stitching together a few open source tools. Join our new webcast for the discussion!
QIAGEN’s new GeneReader NGS System, unveiled at Association for Molecular Pathology 2015 Annual Meeting, aims to simplify clinical adoption of NGS
When asked by Front Line Genomics to write an article about some MIT Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) I’ve been following over the last couple of years, I wondered: what is the story behind the story? What was my true motivation? I am very grateful for my MOOC experience, but why did I do them […]