A Genome Blogger Manifesto - Revisited

Genome blogging refers to the sharing of experiences, results and data relative to a person’s genome. Normally, the information shared belongs to the blogger him/herself, but at times it belongs to other people (related or not) who provide their explicit consent to share ...

Getting Google to Find Human Genome Datasets

The plummeting prices in sequencing has triggered an exponential growth in the generation of genomic datasets. Currently it is very difficult for search engines such as Google to index data in the biomedical domain. How do we make data from this domain findable by search ...

23 Feb 2017: Inspiring the Next Generation the Stephen Perse Foundation

Originally published on www.manuelcorpas.com Thursday 23rd February| "What's My Line" TALK I am delighted to participate at the “What’s My Line” programme on Thursday 23rd of February at the Stephen Perse Foundation School, one of the best regarded independent schools in Cambridge. ...

Could genetic testing divide us?

Perfect DNA Describes Possible Future of Genome Technology in Society 26 January 2017, Cambridge, UK … A new book by leading genome scientist Manuel Corpas brings to life the complex area of genetic testing and its impacts on people and the future. Perfect DNA, a newly ...

10 Simple Rules for Sharing Human Genomic Data

Manuscript originally submitted to Biorxiv.org Manuel Corpas, Charlotte Whicher, Nadezda V. Kovalevskaya, Tom Byers, Amanda A. McMurray, Fiona G.G. Nielsen, Varsha K. Khodiyar Repositive Ltd, Future Business Centre, Cambridge, UK ↩ Springer Nature, London, UK ↩ Introduction Delivery of the promise of precision medicine relies ...