Monday, April 18, 2011

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Your Next Computer May Be Made of...Blood!

via ReadWriteWeb

We're stumbling through a science fiction wonderland of not just high-flying communications software and tools but of the basic ... Read More >>

How New Community Tools Will Democratize Data Analytics for the Good of Society

via Mashable!

We are surrounded by data. Every day we generate petabytes of photographs, messages, emails, comments and mobile tracks. ... Read More >>

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Health 2.0 San Francisco - Tim O’Reilly Keynote

via The Health Care Blog

By THCB STAFF How are Web 2.0 technologies changing healthcare? What are the implications of trends like cloud-based computing ... Read More >>

The Myth of Consumer-Directed Health Care

via The Health Care Blog

By JANE SARASOHN-KAHN The theory behind “consumer-driven health care” is that when the health care user has more financial ... Read More >>

I me mine

via genomeboy

Sorry that this blog has been inert…like Argon on Ambien. (I know: chemistry humor–you can’t beat it) Here’s a 100% ... Read More >>

Twitter Roundup

via Genomics Law Report

With so many developments at the intersection of genomics and the law, there are often a variety of interesting stories that, ... Read More >>

2011 Personal Genomics Preview: It’s Déjà Vu…

via Genomics Law Report

Last January we kicked off the new year by posing “Five Questions for Personal Genomics in 2010.” Here were the five questions ... Read More >>

There Is a Difference Between a Sequencing Revolution and a Genomics Revolution [Mike the Mad Biologist]

via ScienceBlogs Channel : Technology

Last week, Forbes had an article about the advances in genomics, which focused on the Ion Torrent sequencing platform. It's a ... Read More >>