It appears that the human race is at crossroads as well as at a frontier which is as much technological as moral and philosophical.
I realised the paradox of genomics: itâ€™s intimate and abstract at the same time. For computational biologists in the room my DNA sequences amounted to a mere case; for me, genomics was never more personal
As genome sequencing cost plummets, we’ll soon be bar coded. What are we going to do with all the sequencing data? Have better control over our health or grapple with suspicion or privacy?