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The GET conference summary

This weekend the Centre for Molecular Medicine (CeMM) in Vienna was buzzing with Genomes, Environments and Traits – in other words: the annual international GET conference took place this weekend. The topic of the...

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DNAdigest interviews Intel

Big Data Solutions is the leading big data initiative of Intel that aims to empower business with the tools, technologies, software and hardware for managing big data. Big Data solutions is at the forefront of big...

Blockchain and Digital Health – First Impressions

Guest Post by Rodrigo Barnes, Chief Technology Officer at Aridhia. This blog post was originally published on the Aridhia website on 25 August 2015. The blog post was inspired by the Ethereum Workshop at the Turing Festival in Edinburgh. Among the many...

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DNAdigest interviews Biopeer

Biopeer is a data sharing tool for small- to medium-scale collaborative sequencing efforts and begun its journey from a group of senior students from Bilkent University, Turkey. Today, DNAdigest interviews Can Alkan, an Assistant Professor in the...

DNAdigest symposium: summary

Last Friday, 21/08, Wayra hosted the DNAdigest symposium “Incentives for data sharing”. On a hot summer Friday in London, we asked the attendees: “How can we create incentives for data sharing in genomics research?”...

DNAdigest interviews Open PHACTS

Open PHACTS is a member funded project looking to make life science data more easily accessible and interoperable to reduce barriers to research. Today, we interview Nick Lynch from Open PHACTS about the project and the...

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DNAdigest interviews The Hyve

The Hyve is a 30 person open source bioinformatics services company from Utrecht, Netherlands, and Cambridge, MA, USA. Not so long ago, we invited them to write a blog post on Open Source Technologies...