Archive | October, 2014

Social Bingo | GenoLogics


At the recent American Society for Human Genetics (ASHG) annual meeting, we did something a little unexpected.  We engaged attendees in a game of social media bingo. We published a game card, a fun collection of squares that ranged from somebody taking a nap at the meeting to somebody holding a 96- or 384-Well plate.  […]

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The Evolution of an NGS Lab

It took Australopithecus almost 4 million years to evolve into Homo Sapiens. During that time, our ancestors did their fair share of knuckle dragging, hair pulling, and chest beating. After a while, our steadfast ancestors (some more than others) learned to use tools to make their lives easier, and we eventually turned into the evolved […]

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