Videos - Page 3

Tri-Con 2012

We caught up with Harry Glorikian, founder and managing partner at Scientia Advisors, at this year's Tri-Con 2012 in San Francisco, California. Glorikian provides his views on current challenges for molecular diagnostics developers, sequencing in the clinic, clinical decision support systems, and more.

AGBT 2012 Part 1

In Sequence and Clinical Sequencing News editor Julia Karow gets reactions from attendees at this year's Advances in Genome Biology & Technology meeting in Marco Island, Florida.


Genome Technology's Tracy Vence interviewed Sandra Porter, president of Digital World Biology, and Kristi Holmes, a bioinformaticist at the Becker Medical Library, Washington University School of Medicine at ScienceOnline2012 .

Sponsored Video: Ambry Genetics - "Fully-Automated"

RainDance's ThunderStorm System is a fully-automated and walkaway high-throughput targeted sequencing solution that enables researchers to process 96 samples per day run on a proven platform that generates higher-quality data faster than ever before.

Sponsored Video: Sage Science - Pippin DNA Size Selection

Sage Science is pleased to announce the introduction of the BluePippin DNA size selection system, a pulsed-field electrophoresis version of its popular Pippin Prep instrument.

Highlights from SC11 Part IV

In this video, we speak with Todd Smith, senior leader of research and applications of PerkinElmer, and researchers from Stockholm University on accelerating the GROMACS molecular dynamics software suite with GPUs and CPUs.

Highlights from SC11 Part III

This clip features Virginia Tech's Wu Feng on "green HPC" and GPU computing for life sciences, PSC's Philip Blood on the Blacklight supercomputer.

Highlights from SC11 Part II

This video features Kevin Shinpaugh, director of IT and HPC at Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, discussing uses for HPC at VBI, Ray Bair, chief computational scientist at Argonne National Laboratory, on the Mira supercomputer, and Cycle Computing's Jason Stowe discussing the finalists for Cycle Computing's CycleCloud BigScience Challenge contest. The winners for the contest will be announced next year.

Highlights from SC11 Part I

Here is the first video in a four part series featuring highlights from the SC11 conference in Seattle, WA. In this video, we chat about the DOE Genomic Science Program with Betty Mansfield, team leader at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, short-read mapping on FPGAs with Pico Computing's Corey Olson, and the NSF's Center for High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing.

Personalized Medicine and IT

We caught up with Sandy Aronson, executive director of IT of the Partners HealthCare Center for Personalized Genetic Medicine, during the Personalized Medicine Conference in Boston, MA. Aronson discussed IT challenges associated with the $1,000 genome, the GeneInsight Suite and GIGPAD software solutions developed by his lab to facilitate the use of genetic information in the clinic, and more.