August 2, 201715 min read, 3038 words
Published: August 2, 2017 | 15 min read, 3038 words
Daniel MacArthur set out to build a massive library of human — the biggest ever. The 60,706 raw sequences, collected from colleagues all over the globe, took up a petabyte of memory. It was the kind of flashy, blockbuster project that would secure MacArthur a coveted spot in one ...