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December 01, 2011

The Archon Genomics X-Prize is offering $10 million to the first research team to sequence the genomes of 100 people who are age 100 or older. The goal: Get a clear view, for the first time, of what makes centenarians different on a genetic level.

December 01, 2011

The Archon Genomics X-Prize is offering $10 million to the first research team to sequence the genomes of 100 people who are age 100 or older. The goal: Get a clear view, for the first time, of what makes centenarians different on a genetic level.

November 29, 2011

Although Perls and his peers around the world have been looking at centenarian DNA for decades, a much more focused project is now getting underway: the Archon Genomic X Prize (AGXP). This bold endeavour seeks to find a fast and cheap way to sequence...

November 29, 2011

Although Perls and his peers around the world have been looking at centenarian DNA for decades, a much more focused project is now getting underway: the Archon Genomic X Prize (AGXP). This bold endeavour seeks to find a fast and cheap way to sequence...

November 29, 2011

Although Perls and his peers around the world have been looking at centenarian DNA for decades, a much more focused project is now getting underway: the Archon Genomic X Prize (AGXP). This bold endeavour seeks to find a fast and cheap way to sequence...

November 28, 2011

This month, the X PRIZE Foundation and Medco Health Solutions, based in Franklin Lakes, N.J., announced a $10-million award to encourage scientists to compete in a contest that could ultimately identify the genes that protect against disease. The...

November 28, 2011

This month, the X PRIZE Foundation and Medco Health Solutions, based in Franklin Lakes, N.J., announced a $10-million award to encourage scientists to compete in a contest that could ultimately identify the genes that protect against disease. The...

November 28, 2011

This month, the X PRIZE Foundation and Medco Health Solutions, based in Franklin Lakes, N.J., announced a $10-million award to encourage scientists to compete in a contest that could ultimately identify the genes that protect against disease. The...

November 22, 2011

They’ve partnered with the X Prize Foundation, which has offered a $10 million award to whoever can develop a technique to sequence 100 genomes (the full code contained in our DNA) in less than 30 days, at a cost of less than $1,000 per genome. Such a...

November 22, 2011

They’ve partnered with the X Prize Foundation, which has offered a $10 million award to whoever can develop a technique to sequence 100 genomes (the full code contained in our DNA) in less than 30 days, at a cost of less than $1,000 per genome. Such a...

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