Keith Robison, Principal Scientist at Warp Drive Bio, Blogger at Omics! Omics!
0:00 We're drunk on sequencing
9:04 Illumina - What does the iSeq tell us?
13:52 PacBio bailed us out
19:03 Oxford Nano - How close on PacBio’s heels?
24:56 The Flongle Generation
Sequencing geeks are fresh off the trail from AGBT, and it’s time for our annual look at the sequencing tools space. This year we sit down with the longtime Omics! Omics! blogger, Keith Robison, who not only can answer all your questions about the topic, he even knows which sequencer you’re using right now, and in which department.
Keith jauntily runs through the Big 3--Illumina, Pac-Bio, and Oxford Nanopore--and has a few odds and ends to say about the "niche developers."
We finish by asking Keith what new trends and new instruments he's looking at. He says his son is a senior in high school where Keith has offered to go in and demonstrate the MinIon nanopore sequencer.
"Imagine if the next generation of kids all learns sequencing on this little device. It starts becoming a practical reality where kids in high school--even middle school--learn sequencing and then learn data analysis."
The Flongle Generation, anyone?