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Recent technological advances in genomics have caused something both "terrifying" and "exciting," Mike the Mad Biologist says — "a massive amount of data." Mike says that genome sequencing is already fast and cheap, but it will become faster and cheaper; the problem is evolving from how to sequence genomes to get informative data to how best to use the information we already have.

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