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A year ago, the genomics lab at the University of Maryland School of Medicine could have started sequencing coronavirus samples and searching for variants on a significant scale, if only there had been the money to launch it.As variants surge, efforts in a patchwork of surveillance have ramped up to detect them|Erin Cox, Jenna Portnoy|April 11, 2021|Washington Post
Turning sequences into usable data is the biggest challenge for public health genomics programs, he says.The CDC’s $1.75 billion sequencing boom may be throwing money at the wrong problem|Cat Ferguson|April 5, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The lab leak “is possible, but there’s no evidence to support it,” says Massa Shoura, a biophysicist and genomics expert at Stanford University who was not involved with the report.4 takeaways from the WHO’s report on the origins of the coronavirus|Erin Garcia de Jesús|April 1, 2021|Science News
Researchers found irregular mitochondrial performance in dozens of astronauts and were able to broadly characterize these changes thanks to new genomics and proteomics techniques.Spaceflight does some weird things to astronauts’ bodies|Neel Patel|November 25, 2020|MIT Technology Review
The Ebola Wars By Richard Preston, New Yorker How genomics research can help contain the outbreak.
When first genomics started, we figured the result would be self-improvement—literally.New Finding That Testing Could Identify Defects in Fetuses Is a Genetics Baby Step|Kent Sepkowitz|June 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Breakthroughs in genomics, regenerative medicine, as well as personalized drugs and therapies are all within our reach.
British Dictionary definitions for genomics
noun (functioning as singular)
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The field of science that studies the entire DNA sequence of an organism's genome. The goal is to find all the genes within each genome and to use that information to develop improved medicines as well as answer scientific questions. (See also proteomics.)