FDA gains extra source of adverse event data; Portable genome sequencer falls short of expectations;

> The Veterans Health Administration is to provide the FDA with adverse event information. News

> Data from Oxford Nanopore's portable genome sequencer has fallen short of expectations. Piece

> GEN has rounded up the bioinformatics news at Advances in Genome Biology & Technology. Item

> Facebook ($FB) investor and Illumina ($ILMN) collaborator Yuri Milner has backed an iPad-sized DNA sequencer. Feature

> A feature in Nature has questioned the reliability of P values. Article

> The EMA is introducing a new Unique Product Identifier system to keep track of applications. Post

> Legislation in the Senate would limit the FDA's power to regulate software. Text

> CRO Parexel ($PRXL) has rebranded its eClinical business unit. Release

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