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Association for Genomic Medicine

In the effort to launch a new genomics certification program for doctors in personalized medicine, Topol recognized that doctors just need to be reminded why they got into medicine in the first place, and the intellectual challenge of genomic medicine itself can reignite that spark, he says.

The initiative, called the Association for Genomic Medicine, was created in January with a $600,000 grant from the Life Technologies Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Life Technologies.

Elsevier and a Norwegian consortium come to a "read-and-publish" agreement, according to Nature News.

Researchers in France have explored the genetic history of the blue cheese mold, Forbes reports.

The South China Morning Post reports eight genetic testing firms in Hong Kong are under scrutiny for potentially misleading consumers.

In Science this week: platform to diagnose genetic disease in children, lung disease-causing genetic mutation corrected in mice, and more.