Genetic Marketplace
MedTech

Encrypgen Blazes New Frontier For Genetic Marketplaces

Managing Editor Michael Scott is a renowned blockchain journalist with a strong passion for the new digital economy. Prior to his career in media, he spent 10+ years serving leadership posts in healthcare, including UC Davis Medical Center institutional review board. Michael has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from The Ohio State University and a Master of Public Administration in Health Services Administration from the University of San Francisco.

For many researchers, obtaining access to genetic data can be quite challenging. If they’re seeking to tap into a specific population set, they typically have to recruit subjects into a study, which can be long, […]

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Industry

Charting The Blockchain of DNA

Managing Editor Michael Scott is a renowned blockchain journalist with a strong passion for the new digital economy. Prior to his career in media, he spent 10+ years serving leadership posts in healthcare, including UC Davis Medical Center institutional review board. Michael has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from The Ohio State University and a Master of Public Administration in Health Services Administration from the University of San Francisco.

David Koepsell has been examining the future of genomic data for nearly a decade. An academic philosopher, entrepreneur, and retired attorney, Koepsell keeps his fingers in the world of science, technology, ethics, and public policy. […]

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Industry

Using Blockchain in Genomics

Both blockchain and healthcare can be complicated topics. Our mission is to fix that by educating the public consumer and industry experts with well-researched and simple-to-digest information on quality-of-life improvements enabled through blockchain technology.

Blockchains offer a reliable way to establish the provenance of information. A record added to a properly maintained blockchain is irrevocable, unmodifiable, and time-stamped. That’s a strong guarantee that the information existed at the time […]