Tag: genome sequencing


High unemployment, low financial inclusion and a pandemic have led to the popularity of a payment model that empowers the unbanked. Open banking is the next big trend. We’re moving to a point where the end consumer will… Read More


An eight-week gap seems to be the sweet spot for tackling the Delta variant. There is limited data available on how long protection from current Covid-19 vaccine doses lasts and whether an additional booster dose would be beneficial… Read More


England is free. Effectively leaving protection from the coronavirus to vaccinations and, er, the goddess of chance.  More than 100 nations are pushing to temporarily suspend patent rules. But the move has been blocked by a small number of… Read More


Concerns that phone-hacking software may have been used to spy on political opponents spark fury. Models that can read and summarize long bodies of text, pulling out key concepts, recognizing and identifying individuals, patterns and structures. Infected individuals… Read More


Variants are winning the race against vaccines, due to inequitable vaccine distribution. Factors that threaten global economic recovery. The pandemic really gave a lot of people the excuse to have the wedding they wanted, not the big fancy… Read More


Why genetic sequencing is key to tracking Covid-19. Know thine enemy! What happens when sequencers find a variant? How does sequencing help against Covid-19? You can’t fix what you don’t measure is a maxim in the business world…. Read More


Maybe the only people who can remove the antinuclear blinders from the eyes of Germany are the people who put them there in the first place: the Greens.  Presented with the evidence: Chancellor Baerbock would see this through…. Read More

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