Personal Genome Project Grows | GenomeWeb

The Personal Genome Project is expanding into Europe, the Nature News Blog reports. The effort, spearheaded by Harvard Medical School's George Church, began in the US with a group of researchers and entrepreneurs who decided to make their genomes and medical histories open source.

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