Heterogeneous Brings Genetics To Life.
Heterogeneous connects individuals directly to researchers. Learn more about your genetics and participate in cutting edge research. You own all of your data.It takes just 2 minutes to get started!
University of Cambridge
Autism Spectrum Quotient
This 50-question test, developed by researchers from the Autism Research Centre at the University of Cambridge, is designed to measure autistic traits.
University of Cambridge
This 12-question test, developed by researchers at the Autism Research Centre at the University of Cambridge, is designed to measure mathematical ability.
Low-Cost DNA Sequencing
Heterogeneous is offering low-cost genome sequencing. You get access to all of your data. Click here to learn more.
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Why Use Heterogeneous?
How Genetic Data Sharing Is Now
Your data is accumulated by companies who sell it to third parties without your knowledge.
How Genetic Data Sharing Should Be
You should have control of your own data and contribute to the research you want to be part of.
We put you in the drivers seat, and let you decide how your data is used.
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In 1-2 minutes, you can receive tailored content and free personalized reports.
View ongoing studies and choose to participate.
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What We Believe In
Be part of a global effort to understand human health and longevity but dictate the terms. We operate a dynamic consent model – you have the final say on how your data is used.
You should not have to choose between progress and security. We encrypt your data and ask your permission before it is shared. We make it a point to be transparent about what we do and why we do it.
You can update data in real time, request specific research projects and be part of a community in which your opinion matters.
We don’t take without giving back – you’ll receive personalised reports about the research that you participate in.
Single-cell genomics researcher at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and University of Cambridge with a focus on childhood cancer.
Mathematical genomics researcher studying the genetic causes of rare diseases at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and University of Cambridge.
Computer scientist working on deep learning and genetics at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and the University of Cambridge.