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About Enseqlopedia

The home of the Core Genomics blog, and a site for NGS users to tell people who they are and what they do (on the map), and share knowledge (on the Enseqlopedia wiki).

This site is aimed at the whole NGS community - users, core labs & services, technology providers. Thanks for looking - James.

Coregenomics

The blog of genomics news & events.

GENOMICS BLOG

Comments and analysis from the exciting and fast moving world of Genomics.
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NGS Mapped

Next Generation Sequencing around the world.

PUTTING NGS ON THE MAP

Search our database of NGS suppliers.
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Enseqlopedia

Contribute to our growing glossary of genomics.

GENOMICS WIKI

Contribute to our enseqlopedia of genomics.
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James Hadfield
James Hadfield ‎Head of Genomics
CRUK Cambridge Institute – ‎Cancer Research UK
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@InnovateUK – Women in Innovation award

Innovate UK is running a competition for Women in Innovation. The £50,000 grant from Innovate Uk can be used for mentoring, coaching and business support. Projects must be linked to the Industrial Strategy Grand Challenges. Read about the 2016 [...]

What do people know about genome sequencing and medicine?

Genomes, exomes, panels. Patients, doctors and the general public are hearing about things that simply didn't exist 10 years ago. IO therapy is big news but TMB, a likely biomarker for immunotherapy response, is a simple concept often [...]

Making bioweapons harder to biohack

GenomeWeb carry coverage of the work by Battelle Memorial Institute, Harvard University, Virginia Tech, and Ginkgo Bioworks who are all developing methods to detect sequences that could "be put to nefarious use". This suggests a couple of things to [...]

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