• May 21, 2024

Genomic researchers to benefit from new data sharing platform

At the recent ZERO Symposium, supported by Luminesce Alliance, the Zero Childhood Cancer Program (ZERO) announced the adoption of the Beacon protocol to launch a new portal that enables the sharing of large genomic data sets across the research community, to strengthen analysis of childhood cancers. The Beacon platform does not require specialised skills to extract the data and is built to the GA4GH standard for sharing genomic and health data. ZERO is encouraging collaborators to host similar Beacons so that all childhood cancer data can be cross-shared through a single interface. Read more