Life in the next-generation world moves quickly. And I’m talking not about next-generation sequencing, but something termed ‘next-generation PCR’ by internal folks at Life Technology, and can be described as ‘third-generation PCR’ if one thinks about the Polymerase Chain Reaction in terms of measurement.
We’re on the verge of a new era in education. This week, the Smithsonian Museum announced a new genomics exhibit at the National History Museum, in conjunction with the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), and generous grants from several companies and institutions, including a major contribution from Life Technologies […]
An enterprising salesperson from Complete Genomics used this newfangled social media thing called LinkedIn to make her mark on the world (perhaps) by posing a discussion question. (It was over at the ‘Genome Interpretation‘ group in case you were wondering.) Entitled, “The last days of exome sequencing“, she posed the […]
We’re living through a time this year of market transition. The Illumina HiSeq continues to have a strong market position (although the upcoming Ion Torrent Proton sets out to change that, however it won’t be available until this September / October). For the time being, customers with NGS platforms are […]