What Is 23andMe Really Selling: The Moral Quandary At The Center Of The Personalized Genomics Revolution
Steven Kotler, forbes.com
This week, 23andme, the personalized
genomics company founded by Anne Wojcicki, wife of Google co-founder Sergey Brin, got an influx of investment cash ($50 million). According to their press release, they are using the money to bring …
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Personal genetics company seeks regulatory approval
Personal genetics company
23andMe announced Monday that it was seeking FDA approval for an initial batch of seven health-related tests with scores more to follow.
23andMe, based in Mountain View, California, markets genetics test…
Larry Page and Sergey Brin, founders of Google Inc. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
This guy has the money and the brains to turn the
hypothesis testing scientific method on its head and speed up our currently extremely expensive and slow drug discovery process using the power of the Internet to analyze massive data sets and look for patterns.
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