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Scientists have finished unraveling the largest genome ever sequenced. The genome of the loblolly pine encompasses just under 23 billion base pairs seven times more than the human genome. The loblolly pine knocked the previous record holder, the
The genomics pioneer posted a portentious-seeming but cryptic Twitter message Monday morning, linking his groundbreaking work on the human genome with a forthcoming medical advance...Craig Venter's cryptic tweet on "a new beginning for medicine." J.
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 24° Min 15° Genomics pioneer visits Auckland University of Auckland, Fuseworks November 19, 2013, 9:20 am Professor Leroy Hood is a world-renowned scientist, inventor, entrepreneur and visionary. His discoveries
Misha Angrist is an assistant professor at Duke who specializes in personal genomics. He deals with questions such as what having all our personal genetic information just a mailbox away means, and just who owns your genetic information. He's here
The course, Tales from the Genome, will teach students basic genetic principles, regardless of their academic background. Together with the personal genetics service 23andMe, participants will explore the biology of the most important code: the human
Publishing Group, an Indian scholarly publisher has threatened to sue one of its critics, Metadata librarian Jeffrey Beall, for $1 billion, and has threatened him with prison time over posts he made to his prominent Scholarly Open Access site. India'
The blogger, Jeffrey Beall, who is based in the US, has a blog called Scholarly Open Access (he's also a librarian at the University of Colorado, Denver) in which he reviews and critiques various open access programs. As we've discussed , open access
India, The Chronicle says, it also warned Beall that he could also face a prison sentence if an Indian court finds him guilty...The Chronicle, also spoke to IP Markets' Ashok Ram Kumar, a senior lawyer. with IP Markets, who said of Beall, "What he
The 25 mt2 research centre is expected to develop a method where the cells of solid tumours can be easily converted into cells floating in a liquid solution. Fluidigm president and CEO Gajus Worthington said that the Single-cell genomics provides