Nebula Genomics integrates with Oasis Labs to give users first-of-its-kind control of their personal genomic data. From massive data breaches to sales of private data, users and companies are now more concerned than ever with keeping personal health information private and secure. For example, nearly 80% of respondents in a recent Pew Research study noted
Updates from Nebula Genomics
We hear you! We started Nebula Genomics to empower people to unlock their genomes and learn about themselves. To accomplish this, we have to explain cutting edge science as simply as possible. Many of you have written to us with questions about your results and given us helpful feedback. We have been listening and taking
You asked. We listened. Today, we are excited to announce the launch of our 30x Whole-Genome Sequencing service. It is available in 188 countries at an unmatched price of $299. The most comprehensive genetic test 30x Whole-Genome Sequencing is the gold standard for genetic testing. While most other commercially available DNA tests (e.g. 23andMe and
How does your genetic code define who you are? Geneticists have known that most of the differences between individuals stem from differences in their DNA sequence, otherwise known as genetic variants. Therefore, in the past two decades, researchers have conducted thousands of genome-wide association studies (GWAS) to identify genetic variants associated with various complex traits.
Today we’re excited to launch The Human Art Project by Nebula Genomics: an interplay of science and art that takes genetic sequencing data and creates a custom piece of art that is 100% encoded from your DNA. We collaborated with a group of San Francisco based artists to create a launch collection of genomic artwork
At Nebula, we want everyone to explore the exclusive benefits and features that our subscribers currently get to experience each time they log into their Nebula account, and now we’ve made that possible even if you haven’t received sequencing from us yet! All you need is a free Nebula user account (sign up here if
We started Nebula Genomics with the mission to create a privacy-focused personal genomics company. Today we are excited to launch a new privacy-preserving feature – anonymous genetic testing. Nebula users will now be able to purchase whole-genome sequencing and submit their sample without having to reveal any information about themselves such as name, address or
We’re excited to announce a major addition to our reporting. At no extra cost, we’ll be providing all our users with information about their oral microbiome – the unique collection of bacteria living in their mouths. We are the first and only personal genomics company that is providing oral microbiome reporting. How is this possible?
A pilot project with EMD Serono Today, we are excited to announce a collaboration with EMD Serono, the biopharmaceutical business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, in the U.S. and Canada. We are starting a pilot project, the goal of which is to help EMD Serono to enhance its research efforts by supporting its scientists as
For those who are interested in a more detailed and technical description of the Nebula platform, we’ve published one in the peer-reviewed journal “Blockchain in Healthcare Today”. Learn more below. Accelerating Genomic Data Generation and Facilitating Genomic Data Access Using Decentralization, Privacy-Preserving Technologies and Equitable Compensation By Dennis Grishin, Kamal Obbad, Preston Estep, Kevin Quinn,
We created Nebula Explore to give people a way to have their whole genome sequenced while maintaining privacy and ownership of their data. Just order a kit, supply a sample, register it to your Nebula account, and return it to us––we’ll provide you with reports on oral microbiome, ancestry, sleep patterns, athletic performance, personality traits,
For far too long, companies offering direct-to-consumer DNA sequencing have charged people to get genetic reports. They then turn around and sell your data for more money without you knowing about it. Today’s the day we’re changing how your genetic information is shared forever. Starting right now, you don’t have to give away your valuable
Data use and data privacy are often in conflict. For example, if we all openly shared our health data with researchers, it would speed up work on new health technologies and cures. But we are rightly afraid of what a malicious actor could do with our raw health data. That is where the field of