Democratising Genomic Sequencing with Easy Genomics.

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Genomic sequencing is a complex and costly process.

If the past few years have taught us anything, it's that genomic sequencing will play a major part in the future of (public) health. Traditionally, executing genomics pipelines require technical expertise that's an intensive, complex and expensive process to set up and run. 

Easy Genomics is here to change that. Having timely and complete access to genomic sequencing data and analytics helps public health agencies respond better to a disease.

AWS reached out to Two Bulls/DEPT® to find a digital solution to simplify genomic sequencing for labs around the globe.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) connected the dots in simplifying genomic sequencing and approached us at Two Bulls/DEPT® along with Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene (WPHL) in creating an open-source digital solution to help gain a better understanding of diseases and disease prevention. The Association of Public Health Laboratories will use Easy Genomics in all public health labs in the USA. The collaborative efforts have resulted in a game-changing solution that’s already revolutionising the future of public health bioinformatics.

“The launch of Easy Genomics means public health labs that don’t have technical staff now have access to a tool that makes it simple to run genomic pipelines on their lab tests. We’re proud to be a key partner in this impactful project. Making it open source is the cherry on top of the cake.”

Evan Davey, Founding Partner of Two Bulls/DEPT®


Easy Genomics is an open-source, simple to use, scalable tool accelerating genomics sequencing analytics!

Developed in collaboration with Amazon Web Services and the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, Two Bulls/DEPT® created an easy and seamless solution that generates an interface that any non-technical user can use to run their genomic workloads in just three easy steps. 

Simply, an open source solution to genomic sequencing without additional coders or bioinformatics staff and that is accessible to everyone.