Genetic Future

If you haven’t already browsed through Nature’s most recent edition, do so immediately – it’s packed with juicy genomic goodness.

I particularly enjoyed the brief commentaries from Francis Collins and Craig Venter, both providing retrospectives on the last decade of human genomics and predictions for the future of the field, and the neat infographic illustrating the staggering change in sequencing capacity over the last ten years – but the whole issue is well worth reading.


  1. #1 Michael T.
    April 4, 2010

    Hi Daniel,
    Naturally, I’m compelled to say that Bob Weinberg’s “Hypothesis First” article was my favorite. Todd’s rebuttal was pretty lame–Gleevec is the first “genome-inspired medicine?” That’s a strange thing to say.

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