Thursday, February 18, 2016

AGBT Days 1 & 2: Metagenomic Dark Matter and the GenomeAsia 100K

This year’s AGBT presentations took our minds off how much we missed the Marco Island beach. Wednesday’s opening plenary talks ranged from the ocean virome to Ebola and beyond. David Haussler’s call for open and better sharing of human genomes was a message that clearly resonated with this community, and we hope it inspires people to find new ways of breaking down the data silos. On Thursday, the 800 or so attendees braced for a full day of scientific sessions. We can’t recap all of the talks here, but check out AGBT’s blog coverage for detailed accounts of the plenary…

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