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Democratizing DNA Analysis and Shaping the Future of Genetics Research!

We are thrilled to announce that our revolutionary open source project, DNAnalyzer has reached new heights as we are now officially a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization thanks to a fiscal sponsorship from Hack Club (thanks to Melanie Smith for getting us set up!). Our goal has always been to democratize DNA analysis and make it accessible to all, and this new status will allow us to amplify our efforts and truly make a game-changing impact on the field of genetics.

We are now able to offer community service hours and U.S. Presidential Volunteer Service Awards for those who contribute to our project, making it possible for even more people to get involved and make a difference. We are seeking for both code and non-code contributors to join us in our mission to democratize DNA analysis and shape the future of genetics research. If you're passionate about making a difference in the field of genetics, we invite you to contribute to our project and be a part of something truly impactful.


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