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  • Shrina Shah

    Oxford Nanopore pocket size human genome sequencer! 15 mins!

  • Pariah Burke

    14. The MinION DNA evidence can pinpoint a criminal, but part of the problem is the amount of time it takes to get results. However, Oxford Nanopore Technologies has created a USB stick, called the minION, can unravel DNA strings in a few seconds. This device could allow police officers to work up DNA profiles in the field without waiting for a lab. That'd be huge. (Image Credit: Oxford University)

  • Thomas Dijkshoorn

    USB portable DNA sequencer, cool!

  • Beneshop

    Oxford Nanopore announced a new pocket size device that can sequence an enitre human genome in only 15 minutes. Scientists say that if this works, it is truly a revolution. Other biotech companies are trying to stage a hostile takeover of the company.

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