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Those tools include mass spectrometers to allow scientists to measure complex molecules, such as proteins and cellular compartments; DNA sequencers that work in deep space; and ground-penetrating radars to explore beneath Europa’s icy crust.
Illumina has been on a bit of spree lately, forming new ventures to expand uses of DNA sequencers—first liquid biopsies, at-home genetic tests, and now forensics.
And Illumina’s latest top-of-the-range sequencer — the NovaSeq — still costs almost $1 million.
In a sense, the genome sequencer is almost like a smartphone.
Coming soon, Oxford Nanopore plans to shrink the sequencer further still: the smidgION literally plugs into a smartphone.
In his time behind the piano, organ, synthesizer, and sequencer, Hancock, 77, has crafted music that has rolled through classical, jazz, avant-garde, funk, electronica, rap, and world music, all with equal daring.
Just because someone has a genetic sequencer and a lab coat doesn’t mean he’s legitimate, and just because someone’s a scientist doesn’t mean he’s ethical.
When that DNA is converted into binary code by the sequencer, that code can take control of a connected computer.
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