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Alice Rathjen
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I"m currently thinking that creating a platform associated with a single domain would a mistake.  Using a biological domain registrar model with local control of genetic data tied to regional IP space might be better.  Any thoughts?  

Each organism could be at the domain level, not a user account under a domain, with researchers having to accept a terms of service (materials transfer agreement) for accessing data associated with organism providing the genetic data used to create a unique identifier for that organism. 

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DNA Pancreas Project  for Saw Yu Wai
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I'm playing on Labor day - uploading various drawings of faces to see what sort of adventures they go on.  

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Amazing new technique -  DNA Programmed Assembly of Cells (DPAC).  Congrtulations to UCSF - Zaf Gartner, Alex Hughes, Maxwell Coyle and team.  Time to upgrade genome design software :).

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http://b3dgeable.staging.wpengine.com/2015/09/01/scientists-unveil-dna-guided-3d-printing-of-human-tissue-for-use-in-drug-screening-cancer-research/

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Found a bunch of volunteer face profiles on flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/gp/135139049@N05/j7e786
via Alicemarie G Rathjen

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This amazing photo of Nepal was taken by my friend, Veronique De Jaegher.    She's working directly with Rajendra Panta (her last guide), to rebuild his village.    http://rajsvillagenepal.blogspot.com/

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A special project for http://dnapancreas.com
How Fast Can We Map A Cancer Tumor
http://igg.me/at/UId3eIZ7lhM

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I/O Byte: Big genomic data on Google Cloud Platform
#iobytes   #io14   #cloud   #cloudplatform   #bigdata  

As the cost of DNA sequencing has dropped, the volume of data produced has risen into the petabytes. Google is working with the genomics community to define a standard API for working with big genomic data sets in the cloud. Building on Google Cloud Platform, we show how to store, process, explore and share genomic data using technologies like BigQuery, AppEngine MapReduce, R and more.
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