Diversity & comparability: 50 genomic data sources in 1 place

As of July 2017, we are delighted to announce we have hit more than 50 data sources on our platform (51 to be precise!). The rising number of data sources gives our platform a diverse and solid infrastructure that further enables researchers and scientists to ...

21-25 July 2017: Repositive presents cutting-edge developments in Prague

In just one week, our team heads to Czechia to present to the eager computational biology students and open source bioinformaticians of Prague, and beyond. 5 days, 3 Repositive experts and 3 events - summer certainly doesn't slow down a startup. So, what can you ...

Is sharing always caring? On open genomic data sharing and why people do it.

Special thanks to Tobias Haeusermann, (postdoctoral researcher at University of Z├╝rich), and Bastian Greshake (co-founder of OpenSNP.org) for collaborating to write this guest blog post. View the new OpenSNP Data Source on our platform In times of political turmoil, we tend to see discussions ...

Personal Genomics Open Access Datasets Even More European-Biased Than Scientific Literature?

This blog post was written by Manuel Corpas and originally posted on the FrontLine Genomics website. A recent article published in Nature on October 13th 2016 [1] indicated that population bias in the genomics field is still rampant. As Popejoy and Fullerton point out in ...