DNA Video: Archon X PRIZE for Genomics

DNA Video: Archon X PRIZE for Genomics

by Dr. Hsien-Hsien Lei
Posted December 15, 2007 in DNA Podcasts and Videos

To stimulate breakthrough innovation in the field of genomic sequencing, the X PRIZE Foundation has launched a global competition with a $10 million prize to the first privately funded team that can sequence 100 human genomes in 10 days. For more information about the X PRIZE Foundation and our other prizes, please visit www.xprize.org.

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That’s pretty cool. I can’t wait for the day when medicine is actually designed to make people healthier and perhaps even cure the causes of disease rather than expensively treating the disease because it makes more money. I don’t know if genomics will make this possible, or likely, but it’s somewhat of a step in the right direction.

Hi Nathaniel,

Thank for the comment. Genomics is definitely key to personalized medicine. We’ve already taken some major steps. Stay tuned!

 
 

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