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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 […]

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 […]

Researchers find 300 proteins that regulate cell division

Researchers from Sweden have published a new molecular mapping of proteins that regulate the cell division process – identifying 300 […]

A well camouflaged zebra

For my undergraduate research project, I studied a rare neurological disease known as Landau-Kleffner Syndrome. It was then that I […]

Chromothripsis: A driver of gene amplification in cancer

Researchers have used whole-genome sequencing (WGS) to show that chromothripsis is a major driver of circular extrachromosomal DNA amplification. Gene […]

The Festival of Genomics & Biodata 2021

The 6th Annual Festival of Genomics and Biodata is BACK! Join us for 4 jam-packed days of Genomics content and […]

Genetically engineered probiotics

Advancements in the field of synthetic biology, genetic engineering and genome sequencing technologies have provided the opportunity to improve the […]

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: On Fridays we wear pink

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and on Friday (23rd October) charities are encouraging individuals to wear pink to raise […]

The Genetics Of Alzheimer’s: Uncovering new Mechanisms and Drug Targets

An understanding of the environmental and genetic risk of Alzheimer’s Disease is vital for the production of more effective therapies. […]

An impact study on the rare disease community: a call to action

Jo Balfour, one of the founding members and current Operations Manager at Cambridge Rare Disease Network (CRDN), has collaborated with […]