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Wearing Pink & Blue

On Friday 25th April, we all wore pink & blue to support the Undiagnosed Children’s Day! A large campaign with the tag #itsamystery was busy over all social media to raise awareness of children with...

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Sarah Carl, Ph.D student in Genetics from University of Cambridge, attended our 3rd Hack Day event on 5th April and enthusiastically shared her experience from the day on her personal blog! Read more here. ...

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Honourable Mention: Andrew Magee

The Makings of a Meta-Analysis or: How I Wasted Dozens of Hours Obtaining Publicly Available Data This post was written by Andrew Magee as one of the honorable mentions for our data sharing essay...

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Paper: Big Desire to Share Big Health Data

The recent paper, Big Desire to Share Big Health Data: A Shift in Consumer Attitudes toward Personal Health Information, exploring the desire (or lack of desire) to share big health data provides a lot of...

We’ve been answering questions on reddit!

We love talking to you all. So much so we’ve been talking to the different scientific communities and as such Check us out doing AMA’s on reddit: Genetics: http://www.reddit.com/r/genetics/ Bioinformatics: http://www.reddit.com/r/bioinformatics/ Genomics: http://www.reddit.com/r/genomics/ Science:...

BRCA commons

Building a BRCA Commons

Almost two decades ago The Bermuda Principles were set up to reconcile differences between public and private sector interests in relation to human genome sequencing and genetics. The idea of a commons obeying these...