In our previous episode, Joep de Ligt, Lead Bioinformatics & Genomics from the Institute of Environmental Science and Research Limited, New Zealand, discussed the use of genetic fingerprint to track the spread of COVID-19.
In part two of the podcast, Joep along with our co-hosts, Amit Midha, President of Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ) and Global Digital Cities, and Danny Elmarji, APJ Vice President of Presales, Dell Technologies, examine the role of technologies like containerization in biological researches and analysis; how genome sequencing at sites of Ebola and Zika outbreaks provides health intelligence; and how is the future better with genome technology.
01:09 – 04:38 Towards effective software solutions for big biology
05:00 - 08:18 Value of bringing genome sequencing to patients or at the edge where it’s happening
08:18 – 11:03 Study of mutation in human adult stem cells
11:18 – 14:08 This time in BizTech
14:16 – 17:27 Is there enough understanding of the STEM field? Is there fear of genomics?
17:27 – 20:02 How can we create a better future with genomics?
20:37 – 24:57 Driving social impact – Sustainability, data privacy, diversity