The Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT) conference has been where the DNA sequencing industry has made major announcements, but 2013 was a relatively quiet year in that respect.
We speak with researchers Deanna Church and Jay Shendure to find out what this means for the future of genomics.
And in our science roundtable, science writers Sarah C.P. Williams and Ashley Yeager discuss AGBT13, sciquester, and our annual Science Grammy award.
|Deanna Church is a staff scientist at the National Center for Biotechnology Information.|
|Jay Shendure is an associate professor of genome sciences at the University of Washington School of Medicine.|
|Sarah C.P. Williams is a freelance science writer based out of Kailua, Hawaii. You can follow her latest work at http://www.facebook.com/sarahcpwilliams.
|Ashley Yeager works in the Office of News and Communications at Duke University and is also a freelance science writer. You can follow her at https://plus.google.com/104786459743651414888/about.
|Andrew S. Wiecek is news editor at BioTechniques and host of the monthly podcast BenchTalk. You can follow him at http://www.biotechniques.com/news.|
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