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A guide to proteomics

The term ‘proteomics’ was first coined in 1996 by Marc Wilkins, used to define the large-scale analysis of all the […]

Genomics in Drug Discovery ONLINE – May 2022

Join us for Genomics in Drug Discovery ONLINE, a unique 3-part webinar series, where we explore the role of genetics […]

The Power of the Degradome in Cancer Therapy 

The proteasome is a large protein complex responsible for degradation of intracellular proteins and is crucial for maintaining homeostasis of […]

Shedding Light on the ‘Dark Proteome’

Written by Kirsty Oswald, Science Writer  Omics-based studies have revealed that genomes, including our own, contain a vast number of […]

Scientists discover proteins that could predict liver transplant rejection

Northwestern University researchers have discovered families of proteins that could potentially predict which patients may reject a new organ transplant. […]

World of Genomics: Switzerland

Aside from its luxury branded watches and delicious chocolate, Switzerland is home to mesmerising alpine scenery. Switzerland’s presence within the […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: The genetics of exceptional longevity – Tom Perls

Tom Perls is a Distinguished Professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine and an Attending Physician in Geriatrics […]

Advances in Single Cell & Spatial Analysis – 2nd Edition

Rapid advances in the single cell and spatial space have enabled greater insights into cellular heterogeneity and tissue architecture at […]

Single Cell and Spatial Omics ONLINE – December Webinar Series

Cellular heterogeneity underpins many of life’s processes, from normal development to the onset of disease. Since the advent of single-cell sequencing, […]

Omics in Drug Discovery ONLINE – Webinar Series

With drug discovery being an expensive process and genetic-based drugs being more likely to succeed, the level of investment in […]