The strengths of blockchain technologies could help address the weaknesses of health care systems to store and secure medical records.
European genetics blockchain company, DNAtix, have announced the pilot of their blockchain-based infrastructure and ecosystem for genetic testing, services and research.
A new project to publish a controversial Cannabis genome to the blockchain may be big news for scientists seeking to head off patent battles and prove the originality of their research.
People’s medical and health history might become more than just a blueprint for doctor’s actions, now that blockchain start-up Nebula Genomics, and Hong Kong-based Longenesis are partnering up.
Start-up X Genomics has revealed its X Genomics Human Variant Genome Project, which aims to bring together genome specialists to build a genetic data chain powered by the blockchain.
The funds will be used to support the next phase in creating Luna DNA’s genomic and medical research platform and enlisting data contributors.
India becomes the eighth largest state seeking to build a blockchain-based DNA database of all 50 million of its citizens.
If people’s explanations of what blockchain is sound like gibberish to you, there is a popular application that shares the philosophy of the blockchain technology that can help you understand how it works: Wikipedia.
A genomics startup co-founded by genetics pioneer George Church said yesterday that it seeks to lead the genomic data market by utilizing blockchain technology.
What’s blockchain technology, how, and why was it developed, and why is everyone talking about it? Alex Schmid provides us with an overview of challenges blockchain technology can help solve within life sciences, and what about it, that makes it so suitable.
Dawn Barry will be responsible for leading operations, communicating and implementing company mission, and guiding overall strategy, direction, and growth.
EncrpGen have come forward with a solution that allows you to take control of your own genetic makeup, after 23andMe faces backlash.
Thanks to their vertical solution, no one will need to guess who owns and has access to their genetic data.
Several individual investors from Illumina have invested in an open-source genomics database that uses the same technology employed by Bitcoin.