The Glue of Genomics: Will Science’s Unsung Data Heroes Abandon Academia?
Over the past twenty years advances in genomics have turbocharged our ability to decode DNA and other nucleic acids.
These advances owe much to increased raw sequencing power and ever-more ingenious techniques for sampling genomic data, but these advances would be for naught if we weren’t able to process and analyze the data torrent that pours from these sequencing projects.
This article explores how advances in genomic data analysis pipelines are supporting the growing field of next-generation sequencing.
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- Collaboration in bioinformatics
- Improving best practices for utilizing software in science
- The battle to get recognition for research software engineers