A good and a bad example for how to share data from a high profile publication

Last night on Twitter I saw a mention to an article in The Guardian entitled "Scientists identify 40 genes that she new light on biology of intelligence". Cool, this sounds like my kind of thing. Luckily the article itself did contain a link to the ...

Single cell genome sequencing - An ever advancing field

"If you had a population of men and women and assumed everyone in that population was an average between men and women you wouldn't represent a single person within that population" Marc Kirschner, Marrying Microfluidics and Barcoding Technology View the Single Cell collection To date ...

Repositive Community Hits 1000 Users

Cambridge, 6 March 2017 ... The number of users of the Repositive platform has now reached over 1000 globally, which includes users from pharma, biotech and academia. Repositive is a software company developing novel tools to improve discovery and access to human genomic data, offering a ...

What was wrong with "that new MS gene paper"?

You want your hypothesis to be true, but what does the data tell you? If you are a researcher in genetics or other biomedical sciences you are probably hoping for your big breakthrough to one day be able to say that you found the genetic ...

Your DNA – your say! What do people think about sharing their genomic data?

It is really important to find out what genomic data donors all over the world think about sharing their data. Do they actually want it to be shared, and if yes, with whom? TORONTO, CANADA (May 24, 2016) — The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health ...