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Researchers partially revive organs in pigs an hour after death

Written by Miyako Rogers, Science Writer In an astonishing new study published in Nature, researchers partially restored organ function in […]

World of Genomics: Qatar

With the upcoming FIFA World Cup being hosted in Qatar, our latest World of Genomics takes us to the Persian […]

Understanding the challenges for the responsible introduction of new reproductive technologies

A new study has contributed to an increased understanding of the prerequisites and challenges for the responsible introduction of new […]

A Spotlight On: Genomics in Qatar – Said Ismail, Director of Qatar Genome

Said Ismail is the Director of Qatar Genome, a national programme trying to spearhead Qatar’s vision to become a pioneer […]

World of Genomics: Nigeria

One of the most populated countries in the world, Nigeria is a multi-lingual, multi-ethnic nation in West Africa. One of […]

Overlap of DNA markers in research and law enforcement erodes public trust

A policy forum published in Science argues that using the same DNA markers in human tissue research that are used […]

World of Genomics: Australia

Known for wild landscapes and distinctive wildlife, Australia is one of the largest countries in the world. Australia has a […]

Banishing ‘One Size Fits All’ – Implementing Pharmacogenomics into the NHS

Written by Vered Smith, science writer  A report has been published by the Royal College of Physicians and the British […]

‘Biohackers’ and DIY Gene Therapy

Two things that have defined the 21st century are genomics and the internet. Through a combination of these has emerged […]

Increasing diversity in genomic studies: Success Stories and a Future Roadmap

This post was written by Vered Smith, Freelance Science Writer  Increasing diversity in genomic studies: Success Stories and a Future […]