Tagged: genomics

Perfect DNA: a book by Manuel Corpas

Available as an E-book and as a hard copy BUYING THE BOOK == SUPPORTING DNADIGEST! Manuel Corpas talking about his work and his book: What if a genetic test told you how long you...

Welcome to the Festival of Genomics

Roll up, roll up… and welcome to the Festival of Genomics Whether it’s storing, sharing or analysing, wrangling increasing amounts of data is crucial for unlocking the potential of genomics in science, medicine and...

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...

Interactive Genome Analysis

Interactive Genome Analysis Challenge

Richard Holland tells us about the Interactive Genome Analysis Challenge launched by the Pistoia Alliance The Pistoia Alliance has set out to find the fastest genome analysis system in the world. Through the Interactive Genome...

The Patient Charter

Genome sequencing: What do patients think?

Guest post by Alice Hazelton from the Genetic Alliance UK Genomic information has the potential to transform healthcare. Researchers are continually learning more about the genome and the genetic basis of disease and as the...

hack day

DNAdigest HackDay 28th Feb

How can we increase reuse of existing public genomic datasets? DNAdigest is very happy to announce that we are holding our next Hack Day this month and we are inviting you to a day...