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Mapping the individual - cheaply
Posted: 24 April 2008

Wonderful article in the Guardian today has this numerate view of how things have chaged:
COST AND TIME NEEDED TO MAP DNA
2003: $ 437 million and 13 years
2007: $ 10 million and 4 years
2008: $ 100 thousand and 4 weeks
2012: $ 100 and 2 days (estimate)

Read more at http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/apr/24/research.politics

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