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Live Blogging: Personal Genomics and Predictive Software

Reporters from around the Web analyzed two panels, live.
September 25, 2008

GS Early of KCI Investing blogged live from the Predicitive Software panel:

Live Blogging from EmTech
Sitting in a Predictive Software panel that has drawn a huge crowd–relatively speaking. Microsoft, IBM and a couple start-ups that use “continuous intelligence” to help manage complex systems…read more

John Moore of Chilmark Research covered a panel on Personal Genomics:

EmTech: Personal Genomics
Attending this afternoon’s session titled Personal Genomics. Looks like a good line-up/panel: Linda Avey (23andMe), George Church (Harvard Med), David Hunter (Harvard School of Public Health, and Michele Cargill (Navigenics)…read more

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