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Why it is important to share research data. The ultimate goal of majority research projects these days is to improve the life of the society. The amount of data generated by researchers is rapidly growing....

AliveAndKickin

The War Against Cancer

This is the second part of a guest blog post written by Dave Dubin. Read the first part here. Let’s see how far we’ve come… Since 2007, we have written, made appearances, and held...

DNAdigest interviews

DNAdigest interviews GA4GH

This week I am extremely excited to introduce you to Julia Wilson, Associate Director at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. In this interview Julia tells us more about the Global Alliance for Genomics and...

Pickard family

Family Trio Sequencing – Genetic Clues in Autism

This is a guest blog post written by KT Pickard (@kthomaspickard) and Kimberly Pickard (@kimberlypickard), Co-founders of StartCodon. Amazingly, the cost of whole genome sequencing is now 100,000 times less expensive than it was...

aliveandkickin

A patient advocate for cancer research

This is the first part of a guest blog post written by Dave Dubin. Read the second part here. 1997 seems so far away.  I’m 29, still a strapping 200 plus pounds, playing soccer,...

DNAdigest interviews

DNAdigest interviews Transcriptomine

This week I would like to introduce you to Dr Neil McKenna who is a principal investigator of the Nuclear Receptor Signaling Atlas consortium. In the following A&Q session you will learn about the tool Transcriptomine...

Anna Middleton

Involving participants in genomics research

Guest post by Dr Anna Middleton, Senior Staff Scientist, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. This blog post was originally published by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics. The blog post is based on the talk Dr Middleton...

DNAdigest interviews

DNAdigest interviews COS

DNAdigest readers, this week I am happy to present you to the Centre for Open Science (COS). Our interviewee is Tim Errington, who is the project manager of the Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology, part...