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What is the future of genome measurement?

​In the Future of Everything radio show, Russ Altman and Marc Salit show how measuring biology is critical to the advancement of human health and the bio-economy.

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"You can think of the entire advance of science and technology as a story about improved ability to measure." | Stocksy/Marko Milanovi

 

In the not too distant future, our ability to measure very tiny things will change the way we fight diseases ranging from cancer to the common cold.

In the Future of Everything radio show, Stanford bioengineering Professor Russ Altman discusses how we will arrive at that point with Marc Salit, an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Bioengineering, who leads the Genome-Scale Measurements Group at the US National Institute of Standards and Technology.

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