“It just seemed like a natural transition to move into the information space and really put the science to work on meaningful problems like accelerating research for better health care,” said Dawn Barry of the move from genomics giant Illumina to startup Luna DNA. Photo by Bob Thompson/Fotowerks

“It just seemed like a natural transition to move into the information space and really put the science to work on meaningful problems like accelerating research for better health care,” said Dawn Barry of the move from genomics giant Illumina to startup Luna DNA. Photo by Bob Thompson/Fotowerks

— At Illumina, Dawn Barry pushed the limits of DNA sequencing, from using the science to seek cures for complex diseases to the goal of resolving criminal cases...

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