Tagged: genetics

symposium

DNA Digest Symposium 2014

DNA Digest’s Symposium/Workshop “Open Science in human genomics research – challenges and inspirations” You can sign up for the event here: http://dnadigestsym2014.eventbrite.co.uk Today, open sharing and easy access to DNA sequencing data from clinical samples...

symposium

Open Science in human genomics research

UPDATE: only few tickets left – do not forget to register https://dnadigestsym2014.eventbrite.co.uk This November 22nd, DNAdigest is organizing a collaborative symposium. The topic of the event will be “Open Science in human genomics research – challenges...

cambridge news

Cambridge news: interview with Adrian Alexa

As you may already know, DNAdigest has recently spun-out Repositive (formerly knows as Nucleobase),  the social enterprise to develop Open Source software tools for researchers. Not long ago, Adrian Alexa, our CTO,  gave an interview...

hack day

Hack Day August 2014 Summary

This past weekend, our fourth Hack Day brought together some very enthusiastic people along with the DNAdigest team in the Future Business Centre in Cambridge to discuss the development of the Data Discovery Tool...

Canadian Open Genetics Project (COGR)

Canadian Open Genetics Repository (COGR) is the creation of a unified, open-access, clinical-grade genetic database.   The project is to last three years and is funded by the government of Canada through Genome Canada and the Ontario Genomics...

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Insights from a DNAdigestee

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. ...

GCOF The Patient

The Patient was another one of the key themes explored by the Genetics Clinic of the Future. The session was lead by Cor Oosterwijk, Ralf Sudbrak, Francesco Lescai and Maud Radstake. All have distinguished careers in healthcare policy, bioinformatics...