The Open Human Genome, twenty years on

Biology’s first mega project

A collective international endeavour, and a fight for openness

Openness for data, openness for publications

Big data comes to biology, forcing it to grow up fast

Genomics and medicine, openness and privacy

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@ KCL, Genomics England & HDRUK. Working towards Genomic Medicine & secure access to health data for research; Advocate of openness, innovation & access for all

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@ KCL, Genomics England & HDRUK. Working towards Genomic Medicine & secure access to health data for research; Advocate of openness, innovation & access for all

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