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

Special thanks to Tobias Haeusermann, (postdoctoral researcher at University of Zürich), 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 ...

Repositive to Host Satellite Symposium at ESHG conference

Symposium to discuss better ways to Find and Access Human Data. Cambridge, 17 May 2017 ... Repositive, the company that created the world’s largest portal for accessing human genomic research data, is hosting a satellite symposium at ESHG, on the 28th May in Copenhagen. The ...

Press Release: Repositive Closes Series A Fundraising of £2.5 Million

New funds will be used to expand world’s largest human genomic data portal. Cambridge, 4 April 2017 ... Repositive, the company that created the world’s largest portal for accessing human genomic research data, has closed a Series A funding round of £2.5m. The ...

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 ...

Personal Genome Data: to share or not to share

I have been meaning to write this post for a long time, and took the chance over the Christmas break to put pen to paper. A conversation topic that often comes up when chatting to friends, family and people in general about my work is ...