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Colorectal cancer’s metastatic signature

‘Colorectal cancer’s metastatic signature’ – Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. Epigenetic changes, such as DNA methylation, are linked to […]

Scientists discover “super enhancer” gene linked to colorectal cancer

Researchers at Mount Sinai’s Tisch Cancer Institute have demonstrated the first evidence linking the tumour microenvironment to a “super enhancer” […]

GPC1 – a new target for colorectal cancer treatment

A new study has identified a protein that promotes the growth and spread of colorectal cancer, presenting a new target […]

Tregs: Treacherous cells offer a new therapeutic target in colorectal cancer

Scientists have linked a subset of T cells to the progression of colorectal cancer tumours. Researchers also showed that blocking […]

Evaluation of Colorectal Cancer Organoids by Single-Cell RNA-Seq

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer Organoids, which are cell-derived 3D culture system, are emerging as a powerful model for […]

Researchers Discover Mechanisms of Drug Resistance in Metastatic Colorectal Cancer

Written by Bethany Hoernfeldt, Science Writer  Scientists have revealed a novel mechanism in chemoresistance that may inspire unique approaches to […]

Colorectal Cancer Genomic Differences in Patients with African and European Ancestry

Colorectal Cancer Genomic Differences in Patients with African and European Ancestry  Written by Vered Smith, Science Writer  Scientists have published […]

1 in 6 colorectal cancer patients have hereditary gene mutation

Researchers within the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine have found that 1 in 6 patients with colorectal cancer have […]

Single-cell foundation models: The next big thing?

Single-cell sequencing has already become a staple methodology for medical research. Much of this advancement has happened within, and is […]

Liquid Biopsy ONLINE

Multi-omics is rapidly becoming one of the most influential methods in the life sciences, poised to become the cornerstone technique of future research.  

In these early stages of progress, clear and informative dialogue between experts in the field is vital. No one has the time to read all the papers and preprints necessary to truly ‘stay ahead’. Therefore, a tailored webinar series such as this is the perfect opportunity to learn on the go. 

So, please join us for our next Multi-Omics ONLINE webinar series. This webinar series is a 3-part exploration of some of the most promising developments in multi-omics happening right now.