What does the $1000 genome mean for you?

| September 21, 2012
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The cost of genome sequencing is starting to sink into the affordable range. Should you save up and get one? Can it really tell you anything meaningful at all? Who is going to sift through all the information your genome represents — and how will they do it? Science Online NYC (SoNYC) in cooperation with nature.com and Ars Technica and hosted at Rockefeller University presented and organized this roundtable discussion.

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