Posts Tagged ‘gg’

3D printed double helix DNA Christmas tree

December 26, 2018

Flexible statistical methods for estimating and testing effects in genomic studies with multiple conditions

December 25, 2018

seems to be better for eQTLs

Mount Sinai Center for Biomedical Blockchain Research

November 29, 2018

London Fog Tea Latte (Earl Grey Latte) | Gimme Some Oven

November 23, 2018

Tea if by sea, cha if by land

November 17, 2018

Tea if by sea, cha if by land: Why the world only has two words for
tea Both words originated from China; differences stem from whether they were globalized via Dutch sea trade or overland route HT

“Both versions come from China. How they spread around the world offers a clear picture of how globalization worked before
“globalization” was a term anybody used. The words that sound like “cha” spread across land, along the Silk Road. The “tea”-like phrasings spread over water, by Dutch traders bringing the novel leaves back to Europe.”

portable ultrasound / wearable?

October 4, 2018

It’s a pocket-size ultrasound machine that connects to iphone. I wonder what happens with the data

George Church’s new article

September 3, 2018

How we Benefit from Getting our Genomes Sequenced

text mining and privacy

August 4, 2018

Don’t quote me: reverse identification of research participants in social media studies

John W. Ayers,
Theodore L. Caputi,
Camille Nebeker &
Mark Dredze

npj Digital Medicine
volume 1, Article number: 30 (2018)

GA4GH’s paper on data sharing

July 27, 2018

Perspective | OPEN | Published: 23 July 2018

Responsible sharing of biomedical data and biospecimens via the “Automatable Discovery and Access Matrix” (ADA-M)

J. Patrick Woolley,
Emily Kirby,
Josh Leslie,
Francis Jeanson,
Moran N. Cabili,
Gregory Rushton,
James G. Hazard,
Vagelis Ladas,
Colin D. Veal,
Spencer J. Gibson,
Anne-Marie Tassé,
Stephanie O. M. Dyke,
Clara Gaff,
Adrian Thorogood,
Bartha Maria Knoppers,
John Wilbanks &
Anthony J. Brookes

npj Genomic Medicinevolume 3, Article number: 17 (2018) | Download Citation

new paper in Nature Genomic Medicine:

scientists on twitter: preaching to the choir or singing from the rooftops?

July 11, 2018