Announcing the GET Conference 2010 » The Genetic Genealogist, or “Genomes, Environments, Traits” Conference.
It looks fascinating, pulling together many of the few people who have had their entire genomes sequenced and scientists to talk about the future of personal genomics:
Worldwide fewer than 20 individuals have had their genomes sequenced and made publicly available, and on Tuesday, April 27, for the first time, nearly all of them will appear together, along with a select group of business leaders and scientific visionaries, to share their experiences and to provide a look ahead at how personal genomics will rapidly and broadly impact society.
I would love to go, the future is upon us :). But alas, it’s far away, too expensive and the registration is limited to 200.