Ed Yong at the Atlantic writes on numerous applications of the MinION handheld DNA sequencer. “Aboard the International Space Station, six people are currently orbiting the planet at 17,000 miles per hour, taking in fifteen sunrises and sunsets every day. The view is unbeatable; the floating sensation, sublime. But good luck to them if they… Read More The Atlantic: a sequencer in every pocket
Scientific American features an interview with virologist-turned-astronaut Kate Rubins, who will be performing DNA sequencing in space for the first time.