Today, completely sequencing the genome of an individual human being is still time-consuming and cost intensive. However, with technology developed by a team of researchers from Eurac Research and Medizin Uni Innsbruck, DNA analyses have been drastically simplified and costs reduced by 50-100 times. Currently the largest sequencing study in the world is using the technology that was born in Bolzano.
08 March 2021by Laura Defranceschi
"Maybe Ötzi was a mean guy?"
Conversations between disciplines: interview with mummy researcher Albert Zink and telecommunications engineer Christian Steurer.