inorganic (electron bonded) and isotope (nuclear magnetic bonded) sequencing

Gencove @Gencove
In our latest blog, @joe_pickrell asks what happens when sequencing data becomes “too cheap to meter”? Speculating on the coming sequencing industry changes, Joe shares his four predictions for what things could look like in 2034. Read more now:
Replying to @Gencove and @joe_pickrell

Focus now on global scale manufacturing of sequences, including many organics simply for food. Also there is a corresponding inorganic (electron bonded) and isotope (nuclear magnetic bonded) sequencing now. I hope you did not skip “heterocycles”, mixed polymers, or nuclear isotope reaction optimization when you learned industrial organic chemistry.

Richard K Collins

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Director, The Internet Foundation Studying formation and optimized collaboration of global communities. Applying the Internet to solve global problems and build sustainable communities. Internet policies, standards and best practices.

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