We’ve made huge advances in sequencing and assembly but to assert you can get a human genome of the same quality as the reference in a day is false. buff.ly/2Lf8gtn
— Deanna Church (@deannachurch) December 13, 2018
We think open science can revolutionize medicine: open standards (@GA4GH, @cwl, @GenomeInABottle), Free and Open Source Software implementations (@arvados), public domain data and cells under open consent (@PGorg) can be building blocks for everyone.
The three pillars that every scientist should stand on, from Pres Jodi Nunnari. It includes advocacy and public outreach...yeah! #ASCBEMBO18buff.ly/2QpIQ25
— Connie M. Lee (@cm23lee) December 9, 2018
Some personal news. After 18.5 amazing years at Forbes, I am leaving. In January, I’ll start as Senior Writer, Medicine at @statnews. buff.ly/2L2QSrq
— Matthew Herper (@matthewherper) December 7, 2018