Intel

Intel’s Insights from BioData World Congress 2016

One of our sponsors at BioData World Congress– Intel, prepared a post- event article with insights on the most burning topics that were discussed last week. Last week I was pleased to join a host of partners, customers and industry experts at the leafy Genome Campus in Cambridge, UK, for this year’s BioData World Congress. As one of the world’s leading …

TGen/Dell/Intel collaboration optimizes genomic sequencing

Ahead of BioData World Congress we wanted to share some examples of where high-performance computing is having a real and meaningful impact on scientific research. With ‘From Bench to Bedside’ as its motto, TGen launched in June 2002 and today anchors a rising biosciences hub in Phoenix, Arizona. The non-profit institute is at the forefront of efforts to bring next-generation …

Where is the person in personalised medicine?

Held at the Wellcome Trust Conference Centre with the support of the Babraham Institute, BIA, BioNow and the Pistoia Alliance, BioData World Congress is an unprecedented opportunity for leaders in genomics and personalised medicine to meet and discuss solutions in applying Big Data in personalised   medicine. Ethical considerations are a paramount concern when using and sharing genomic data. Ruth …

The BioData World Congress 2015 agenda preview is available to download

Held with the support of Intel, The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, The European Bioinformatics Institute, The Babraham Institute, BIA, BioNow, The Pharmacogenetics and Stratified Medicine Network and the Pistoia Alliance, BioData World Congress will: examine the science and technology that is shaping and revolutionising our understanding of disease and medicine review the game changing innovation, roadblocks and critical success factors …

Speeding Up the Diagnosis of Rare Disease

The statistics…• There are between 6000 and 8000 rare diseases• 75% of rare diseases affect children• 30% of rare disease patients die before the age of 5• 80% of rare diseases have identified genetic origins Journal of IMAB – Annual Proceeding (Scientific Papers) 2011, vol. 17, book 1 Despite most rare diseases being genetically based, diagnostic testing for Orphan Diseases …