As the volume and depth of genomic data grows, bioinformaticians are translating genomic data into interpretable patterns leading to new biological insight.
Dr Alexander Wait Zaranek on why transparent informatics will revolutionize medicine.
University of Chicago and the National Cancer Institute are addressing one of genomics’ biggest bottlenecks.
Poll results and analysis. Bioinformaticians still a preciously limited resource.
The CHARGE Consortium undertake the largest ever study of the genetics of memory. Meta-analysis reveals genetic variants associated with memory loss.
What do we need most, to keep genomics moving?
User-friendly analytical tools could be set to help make genomic analysis much more widespread.
With the eruption in ‘omic’ data, there aren’t enough people with the necessary skills to translate it into applicable knowledge.