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Epigenetics and Ancestry: How Our History Shapes Who We Are

The idea that the experiences of our ancestors shape who we are today is not a novel one. In fact, […]

Epigenetics and Addiction: New Study Reveals How HDAC5 Regulates Opioid Relapse

In a recent study, published in PNAS, researchers have identified an epigenetic enzyme, histone deacetylase 5 (HDAC5), that plays a […]

Searching in the dark: The role of epigenetics in cancer development

New research, led by scientists at The Institute of Cancer Research, the Human Technopole in Milan, and Queen Mary University […]

A Spotlight On: Cancer Epigenetics – Andy Sharrocks

Andy Sharrocks (Professor at The University of Manchester) joins us to discuss the epigenetics of esophageal adenocarcinoma, why studying epigenetics […]

Predicting chemotherapy resistance in breast and ovarian cancer with BRCA epigenetics

New research discovers genomic and epigenomic BRCA alterations that can predict chemotherapy resistance in breast and ovarian cancers.   A new […]

Single-Cell for Cancer Biology ONLINE

Single-Cell sequencing has already become a staple methodology for medical research. Much of this advancement has happened within, and is directly relevant to cancer biology. Hence, we are really excited to launch our new webinar series – Single-Cell for Cancer Biology ONLINE – to directly explore the latest impact that single-cell methodologies are having on cancer research.

The Festival of Genomics & Biodata Boston 2024 

Are you ready? The Festival of Genomics & Biodata is heading back to Boston!  After a triumphant return to the […]

World of Genomics: South Africa

Original article written by Poppy-Jayne Morgan, July 2022. Updated by Aleisha Collins, January 2024. In this instalment of World of […]

The Spatial and Single-Cell Analysis Playbook

Spatial and single-cell omics is one of the fastest developing areas in genomics, and keeping up is a challenge. How […]

The Magnificent Microbiome Part 2: Where are we now and what does the future hold?

In part 1 of this feature, we discussed how humans are ‘more microbe than man’, with trillions of these microscopic organisms […]