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A Genome Blogger Manifesto

Have you ever wondered why some people have no reparation in sharing their genetic profiles? Why do they openly talk about something supposedly so private? I believe that no contradiction exists between wanting to protect one’s privacy yet sharing one’s genomic data with the world. I am more […]

Open Tech 2010

I will be speaking at Open Tech 2010 in London (UK) on Friday 11 September 2010. My talk, entitled ‘Who Owns my Genome Data’, will be delivered at the Seminar Room (First Session, 10:30 a.m.). If you are planning to attend Open Tech 2010 this year, let me […]

Cloud computing: a new standard platform?

Cloud computing is becoming a technology mature enough for its use in genome research experiments. The use of large datasets, its highly demanding algorithms and the need for sudden computational resources, make large-scale sequencing experiments an attractive test-case for cloud computing. So far I have seen cloud computing […]

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