Here is a compilation of some of the best next generation sequencing blogs for your reading pleasure:
CoreGenomics is a personal blog written by James Hadfield who runs a genomics core facility in Cambridge. The core runs lots of next-generation sequencing and gene expression microarrays alongside other Genomic technologies.
A heady mix of bacterial pathogenomics, next-generation sequencing, type-III secretion, bioinformatics and evolution.
A working guide to the rapidly developing world of Next-Generation DNA sequencing, with an emphasis on bioinformatics.
An eclectic blog of what could more adeptly be described as complete articles which are produced by a variety of authors with varying areas of focus.
A computational biologist, Dr Keith Robison’s personal views on new technologies & publications on genomics & proteomics and their impact on drug discovery.
Genomes Unzipped is a group blog providing expert, independent commentary on the personal genomics industry.
A blog on Biology, sequencing, bioinformatics and more, by Lex Nederbragt who works at the University of Oslo at the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis (CEES).
Kevin Gattaca’s blog with a focus on bioinformatics, genome science and next generation sequencing.
A blog by Dale Yuzuki, who is a marketing professional who currently works for Life Technologies Corporation and offers a unique perspective on next generation sequencing.
Of course no next gen sequencing blog list would be complete without including the most prolific next gen sequencing instrument company in the world.
A blog focused on transcriptome sequencing news.
We hope you enjoy some of the blogs on this list. Please comment if I missed any other terrific next gen sequencing blogs.