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In a study appearing in Nature, members of the 1000 Genomes Project Consortium present an integrated haplotype map representing the genomic variation present in more than 1,000 individuals from 14 human populations.

Patrick Terry is leaving consulting firm Scientia Advisors, where he was head of the pricing, reimbursement, and market access practice.

Researchers at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory are proposing to use high-throughput sequencing to map the human connectome. The team, led by Tony Zador, outlines its approach in PLOS Biology.

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In Science this week: global genetic diversity map, and more.

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics identifies ethical questions to explore surrounding genome editing.

In a blog post, Brigham and Women's Hospital's Robert Green discusses "predispositional personal genome sequencing."

Stat News reports that there's muted opposition to the Kuwaiti DNA database law.