The discover.repositive.io launch - one year on (Part 1)

In September 2016, Repositive utilised a massive collective push to launch the discover.repositive.io platform, bringing it out of beta testing, so anyone at any time could sign up. It marked a significant shift in development as we began opening the doors to the ...

Us, you & 23andMe: Personal Genomes just got 'personal'

23andMe is a hot topic in the Repositive office. Not only because of our Scientific Lead Manuel Corpas crowd sourcing the analysis of his and his families genomes, but also due to our mission of helping researchers to help patients, faster. Our aim is to ...

New Research Shows How Repositive Platform Can Be Used to Leverage DTC Genomic Data for research

Cambridge, 24 July 2017 ... New research promoted at the European Conference for Computational Biology (ECCB) in Prague shows how the Repositive platform can be used to find and create an open access human genotype data collection, based on online available 23andMe data contributed to the ...

Microbiome Forum in Amsterdam: some glimpses

Introduction As part of the Repositive team, I have recently attended the Microbiome forum in Amsterdam, that brought together academic, clinical and industrial researchers as well as business developers. In her previous post, Charlotte has already explained why studying microbiome is becoming more and more ...

Repositive to Launch Personal Genome Project Data Collection

New PGP Data Collection to Be Unveiled at ESHG Cambridge, 26 May 2017 ... Repositive, the company that created the world’s largest portal for accessing human genomic research data, is expanding the range of data available with the launch of a Specialist Data Collection for ...