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Introduction – Peter Weijmarshausen

Introduction – Peter Weijmarshausen

The third and last in a series of Questions and Answers with the co-founders of Humane Genomics. Q: Tell me a bit about yourself. I am a serial entrepreneur and one of the co-founders of Shapeways. I am a big tech and science nerd and have too many interests to keep up with. Some of the things I am passionate about, besides Humane Genomics, are: astrophysics, internet of things (Raspberry Pi’s), writing software in various different languages, brewing beer, cooking,…

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Introduction – Chad Moles

Introduction – Chad Moles

The second in a series of Questions and Answers with the founders of Humane Genomics. Q: Tell me a bit about yourself. I’m a big science nerd. I’ve always been interested in the intersection of science and technology, and how it can advance humanity and healthcare. I also have a soft spot for animals, and have a dog, four cats, and 18 fish.  Q: Why did you decide to become a founder of Humane Genomics? There are several reasons why…

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Introduction – Andrew Hessel

Introduction – Andrew Hessel

This post is a first in a series of Questions and Answers with the founders of Humane Genomics. First up: Andrew Hessel. Q: Tell me a bit about yourself. I am a bio-geek and I have always been fascinated by how living things work — and stop working properly, as is the case with cancer. I also track new biotechnologies and spend time thinking about things that will be possible in the near term, typically 5-10 years. I have two…

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