A Whole New System

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Founded in 2000 by well-known scientists who defected from their academic posts at the nearby University of Washington, the Institute for Systems Biology laid the groundwork for academic and for-profit organizations alike to buy into the nascent concept of large-scale biology. And buy in they did: institutes for high-throughput, systems-level science have flourished around the world. "I think as a field we have done very, very well given that it has been less than 10 years," says Alan Aderem, who co-founded ISB with Ruedi Aebersold and Lee Hood in 2000.

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CNBC reports that Amazon invested in the startup Grail as it sees an opportunity for its cloud computing company in genomics.

Lawrence Krauss writes at Slate that science is needed for good public policy and should not be ignored.

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This webinar will demonstrate a new approach that combines precise FFPE tumor isolation with extraction-free DNA/RNA library preparation to minimize material losses and reduce the amount of tissue input required for NGS analysis.