Genomics X Prize Competitor Says It’s Too Soon to Commit to a Sequencing Technology

Genomics X Prize Competitor Says It’s Too Soon to Commit to a Sequencing Technology

When genomics pioneer George Church recently announced that he and his team at Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering will vie in a September 2013 competition to rapidly and accurately sequence 100 whole human genomes at a cost of $1,000 or less each, he did not say which technology they would use to do it. That’s because quite possibly it has not yet been invented.

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