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This weeks poster from the Genetics Clinic of the Future is on the theme of the laboratory and the development of technology. As with the previous posters, which you can take a look at here and here, this graphic is part of the output from the interdisciplinary workshop run by UMC Utrecht and The Responsible Innovation Collective. The workshop focused on exploring the changing face of genetic clinics with the introduction of Next Generation DNA Sequencing (NGS). Take a look at the poster to gain an insight into the effects of NGS in the laboratory. With the advancing of gene technologies genetics in the laboratory is set to change. It is not just outside the laboratory but on an immediate level that NGS will have an impact. Xavier Estivill, from the Centre for Genomic Revelation and Dexeus Woman’s Health, lead the presentation on this part of the workshop.