We looked inside some of the tweets by @sangerinstitute and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Three new positions available @sangerinstitute to build up informatics capacity for the #DarwinTreeOfLife project. Lots of interesting problems to work on building high quality assemblies across the tree of life. https://jobs.sanger.ac.uk/vacancy/senior-software-developer-tree-of-life-genomics-391395.html … https://jobs.sanger.ac.uk/vacancy/senior-bioinformatician-genomics-data-scientist-tree-of-life-genomics-391210.html …
more opportunities to join the Tree of Life programme @sangerinstitute. we are looking for a senior software developer https://jobs.sanger.ac.uk/vacancy/senior-bioinformatician-genomics-data-scientist-tree-of-life-genomics-391210.html … and two senior bioinformaticians https://jobs.sanger.ac.uk/vacancy/senior-software-developer-tree-of-life-genomics-391395.html … Please RT!
DNA doesn't take up much space - there is a copy of our entire genome in each of our cells. When a couple of genomes are sequenced, the information takes up enough space to fill a standard laptop @GA4GH @BonfieldJames #BigData #CRAM4GH #CRAM
Looking for a creative individual, driven by delivering quality media and public relation materials, to join @sangerinstitute as a #PressOfficer ➡️http://bit.ly/SangerPressOfficer … Closes 23rd June. #commsjobs #cambridgejobs
Congratulations to everyone involved in this great paper in Nature Medicine, producing this draft #HumanCellAtlas of lung cells in healthy and asthmatic patients.
Genome sequencing is already used in #PersonalisedMedicine. Screening for #BRCA mutations helps women make informed choices about treatment and prevention of cancer, and helps clinicians monitor those who are at high risk @ee_davenport