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US government pushes precision medicine research with Fitbit giveaway

US government pushes precision medicine research with Fitbit giveaway

Brian Heater | 
In his 2015 State of the Union, President Obama announced the Precision Medicine Initiative — a massive research project designed ...
Artificial Intelligence: Can robot doctors determine the right gene-linked drugs?

Artificial Intelligence: Can robot doctors determine the right gene-linked drugs?

Sarah Buhr | 
Using a computational platform and your DNA, bioinformatics startup InsideDNA aims to determine the right drug interaction for your body ...
Data analytics could increase agricultural productivity, sustainability

Data analytics could increase agricultural productivity, sustainability

Joseph Byrum | 
Twenty years from now, the most important tool for putting food on your table won’t be a harvester, combine or ...
DNA crowdsourcing: Startup Genos plans to pay you for your genetic information

DNA crowdsourcing: Startup Genos plans to pay you for your genetic information

Sarah Buhr | 
Genos is one of those startups using a next-generation sequencing process to both give you a good idea of your heredity on ...

Microbiome may bring revolution in personalized medicine

Kobi Gershoni, Alexandra Eberhard | 
The microbiome...has the potential to change the way we diagnose and treat the most critical diseases of our time... [E]ach ...

23andMe, women’s health startup looking for genes behind infertility

Sarah Buhr | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Humans have been having ...

Extreme labeling: Start-up aims to index GMOs, gluten, more in packaged foods

Sarah Buhr | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. How much gluten, GMOs ...