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Nanopore tech brings rackmounted genome machines, USB-based DNA sensors

arstechnica.com
The DNA sequencing systems on the market produce their output by synthesizing new DNA in a way that allows them to read the identity of the base that's added. There have been a few ideas floated around that involved reading the bases directly from existing molecules, but the technical...
Nanopore tech brings rackmounted genome machines, USB-based DNA sensors
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Halcyon Molecular quietly shuts down

gigaom.com
Halcyon Molecular, a much-talked about genetics startup that was started by Andregg Brothers – William and Michael in 2008 has quietly gone away. It is not clear if the company has shut down – the web site exists – but sources familiar with the Redwood City, Calif.-based company say that...
Halcyon Molecular quietly shuts down

New Competitive Threat Forces Halcyon Molecular to Accelerate Its Game Plan

pandodaily.com
Back in 2009, brothers William and Michael Andregg founded Halcyon Molecular, a genetics company with direction and funding from powerhouses like Peter Thiel, Luke Nosek, and Elon Musk. Their long term mission is a noble one: to figure out how to make people live longer. Their short-term goal, while...
New Competitive Threat Forces Halcyon Molecular to Accelerate Its Game Plan
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