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Start your genomics workflow right with our ‘Sample Preparation Guide for MPS’

Sample Preparation Advancements in next-generation sequencing or massively parallel sequencing (MPS), have transformed scientific research. While sequencing instruments form a […]

How is human pregnancy unique?

In a recent study, researchers delved into the evolutionary history of pregnancy, identifying hundreds of genes that evolved to be […]

Patient Perspectives: Sarah Winckless – Leadership and Performance Coach and Olympic Bronze Medallist

Sarah Winckless is a former British rower, Bronze Olympic Medallist and the first woman to umpire the men’s Boat Race. […]

Genetics Unzipped podcast: Baby boom – the surprising genetic secrets hidden in the placenta

In the latest episode of Genetics Unzipped, presenter Dr Kat Arney explores the science behind one of the most remarkable […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 2nd October

Your weekly summary of some of the latest news and research across the genomics space! Top stories from the past […]

Genome Giants: Kay Davies – Human Geneticist and Professor of Genetics, University of Oxford

Dame Kay Davies is a human geneticist and Professor of Genetics at the University of Oxford. Davies has spent her […]

The rollercoaster ride of gene therapy (admission fees required)

Where there is a symptom there is hopefully a treatment. For example, if I have a headache, I reach straight […]

Why do colon polyps become cancerous?

A recent study has explored how the composition of gut microbiota contributes to colorectal polyps becoming cancerous. Any cancer that […]

Multi-omics data integration tools and methods

The advent of high-throughput technology and the increasing availability of data from large sets of multi-omics samples has led to […]

A guide to spatial transcriptomics

Today, multi-omics studies have been conducted extensively, revealing information about gene expression changes, cellular function and homeostasis. As a result, […]