The goal for the multiyear partnership is to make genetic analysis a routine part of patient care.
Today, the storied venture firm funded Spiral Medicine, a company that processes genetic information for the purposes of clinical medicine and research.
Guest Post Remember Johnny Mnemonic? The William Gibson short story-turned sci-fi film where Keanu Reeves carried large packages of data in his head. Far-fetched?
Molecular information company Foundation Medicine raises $42.5M to improve cancer treatment
Hahvahd scientists have successfully stored 70 billion copies of their own book on genetics and biology in just a gram of DNA.
DNA is a fantastic medium from a storage perspective ... in fact, it's so good that all the data the world creates in a year could theoretically fit in four grams of DNA.
You may not think music is in your genes, but a new lab from 23andMe may just prove you wrong.
It’s the ultimate floppy disk, with the ultimate information density. Bioengineers at Stanford University have discovered a way to encode, erase, and rewrite data within the strands of life itself: DNA.
Researchers have previously been able to write data in …
Personal genetics company 23andMe has raised $22 million in a third round of funding, according to a filing with the SEC. Founded by Anne Wojcicki, wife of Google co-founder Sergey Brin, the company analyzes DNA to provide customers with personalized …
What secrets lurk in the heart of DNA? – Didn’t the Human Genome Project answer that question? Think again. Last week, scientists involved in a project called Encode reported on a detailed analysis of one percent of the genome, and …