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On the horizon: In situ sequencing

Advancements in technologies, including single cell and spatial transcriptomics, have provided us with a finer view of our complex biology […]

A guide to single-cell sequencing and spatial analysis

Introduction The human body contains over 35 trillion cells, with tissues and organs comprising of many different cell types constantly […]

An overview of single-cell RNA sequencing and spatial transcriptomics

Single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) has become the most established and widely used technique within single-cell analysis. Spatial transcriptomics is quickly […]

Resolving tissue heterogeneity in bone, kidney and liver cancer using in situ spatial transcriptomics

The winners of the 2021 Spatial Biology EACR & NanoString Grant program, in collaboration with Illumina, will present cancer research […]

Genetics Unzipped podcast: A brief history of DNA sequencing

In the latest episode of Genetics Unzipped, presenter Dr Kat Arney takes a look at how we learned to read […]

DNA Sequencing: How to Choose the Right Technology

Introduction It has been over 30 years since the first generation of DNA sequencing technology was developed in 1977. Since […]

Spatial Biology ONLINE – September 2022

Join us for our latest webinar series – Spatial Biology ONLINE -where we’ll be discussing advances in spatial analysis and […]

Such a lot of genome to see…by Ting Wu

Ting Wu (Professor, Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School) joined us at the Festival of Genomics and Biodata 2021 to […]

PRECAST: A Novel Method for Integration of Spatial Transcriptomics Data

A new study has revealed the development of PRECAST, a data integration method for multiple spatial transcriptomics datasets. Spatially resolved […]

An overview of -omics technologies in multi-omics

A multi-omics approach involves the combining of different “omics”: genomics, epigenomics, transcriptomics, and proteomics. The simultaneous study of each “omic” […]