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Down the Rabbit Hole: Crop science and GMOs – Karen Massel

Karen Massel is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Crop Science at the University of Queensland, Australia. Massel’s […]

Microprotein origins contribute to understanding of human evolution

A recent study has revealed several microprotein-encoding genes that have arisen de novo from non-coding sequences within the human genome. […]

Macrophage-targeted CAR T cells offer new hope for cancer therapy

Researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine (Mount Sinai, New York) have found that macrophage-targeted CAR T cells are capable […]

Muscle resident macrophages as a new target for muscular dystrophy treatment

New research with mice has revealed the role of muscle-resident macrophages in muscle regeneration therapy. A new study, conducted at […]

Macropinocytosis: how cancer cells survive

Researchers have revealed a novel process by which cancer cells can repair fatal membrane injuries by macropinocytosis. Repairing plasma membrane […]

Shareable Science: Beyond the blog COVID-19 updates

In an effort to continue keeping the public informed about COVID-19, the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology has launched a series […]

Tomatoes have a positive influence on the gut microbiome

About 22% of the vegetables consumed in Western diets are tomatoes – though whether tomatoes should even be classed as […]

Genomics Week in Brief: Week ending 9th February

Welcome back to Week in Brief – your comprehensive summary of the latest news from the genomics world and beyond! […]

The Latest Developments in Sequencing Technologies

This feature was put together using content from Chapter 3 and Chapter 9 of the 2024 Sequencing Buyer’s Guide. For […]

World of Genomics: Zimbabwe

Article written by Bethany Hanson, Science Communications Writer. We’re heading to Southern Africa in this week’s World of Genomics, visiting […]