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 ...

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 ...

What we didn't know about Cuba: interview with Prof Rolando Rodriguez

After a successful two weeks' visit earlier this year, the Repositive team welcomes back Prof Rolando Rodriguez this week for a further two months. Prof Rolando Rodriguez is leading the creation of Cuba’s national eHealth infrastructure - as a reference project for the WHO ...

27 – 30 May 2017: ESHG Exhibit, Copenhagen

Saturday 27th – Tuesday 30th May 2017 European Human Genetics Conference 2017 Venue: BBC – Bella Center Hall C (exhibition area), Center Blvd. 5, 2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark Repositive is delighted to announce our participation at the ESHG Exhibit 2017, held 27th – 30th May, in Copenhagen, Denmark. ...

Meet Repositive's new Data Scientist - Steve Williams

Steve has an academic background, having studied biomedical science in Australia and Cambridge. Functional Genomics Steve’s passion for scientific research led him to undertake a Ph.D. at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne, noting himself: “I love that we can now test ...