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Quantified Self Los Angeles Message Board › TED on the trend in genome sequencing technology

TED on the trend in genome sequencing technology

Daniel O.
user 11073572
Santa Monica, CA
Post #: 4
In the August meeting of QSLA we talked a little about who had done a 23andMe sequence, etc. This TEDxBoston talk from a few months ago talks about the Moore's Law scale advance in current sequencing technology (actually More Than Moore rates).

It's probably worth :10 minutes of your day to check this out - especially to consider the ramifications of what this means.
Eric B.
user 4719520
Los Angeles, CA
Post #: 6
Thanks Daniel, this sounds great! I'll check it out.
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