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An overview of the blockchain genomics trend

An overview of the blockchain genomics trend

19 March 2018, benthamsgaze.org

In 2014, Harvard professor and geneticist George Church said: “‘Preserving your genetic material indefinitely’ is an interesting claim. The record for storage of non-living DNA is now 700,000 years….Read more >>>

Solve genomics with the blockchain? Why the hell not

Start-ups are clamoring to use cryptocurrency software to get and trade genome sequences—for research and profit

21 February 2018, Wired

Scientist lust after genomes like the wolf from a Tex Avery cartoon, heart pounding in throat, tongue lolling, fist pounding on the table, submarine-dive-ahOOOgah!-alarm sounding….Read more >>>