Samantha Zarate of the Schatz Lab takes us behind the scenes of the large-scale analysis that demonstrated the benefits of the new T2T-CHM13 reference genome for variant calling.
In April, we celebrate Citizen Science Month, World Autism Day, and National DNA Day. In this guest blog post, all three events come together as KT Pickard, father of a young woman with autism, shares his family’s story of personal genomics and citizen science.
In this guest blog post, Bo Li, Principal Investigator at Massachusetts General Hospital and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, explains how using Terra enabled his group to develop a new single-cell transcriptomic analysis framework, Cumulus, to serve the needs of the Immune Cell Atlas project. […]
In this guest blog post, Timothy Majarian, a Computational Associate from the Manning lab is giving us a glimpse to the lab’s journey with transitioning to cloud computing using Terra from the lab’s local high-performance compute cluster. Back in 2017, our lab had just begun the transition to cloud computing from using our […]
In this post, Amanda Kedaigle, a computational scientist from the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research is describing her experience with the Single-Cell Portal (SCP), a data visualization portal built on top of Terra. As a computational biologist, two words that are constantly used to describe my work are “collaborative” and “interdisciplinary” […]