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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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

Alexandra Eberhard, Kobi Gershoni | 
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 ...