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Genomics Week in Brief: Week ending 19th January

Interested in reading the latest news from the genomics world and beyond? Then you’re in the right place! In Week […]

World of Genomics: Belarus

Sometimes referred to as the “Lungs of Europe,” Belarus is a country famous for the breathtaking forests that make up […]

Genomics Week in Brief: Week ending 17th November

Welcome back to Week in Brief, your number one stop for all the latest omics news. We’ll start with this […]

The Magnificent Microbiome Part 2: Where are we now and what does the future hold?

In part 1 of this feature, we discussed how humans are ‘more microbe than man’, with trillions of these microscopic organisms […]

Hidden Stem Cells Found in Human Thymus 

A new study published this week in Developmental Cell has identified the presence of stem cells in the human thymus […]

The human lung mapped in unprecedented detail

The most comprehensive cellular map of the human lung has been published in Nature Medicine. It is part of the […]

Unlocking the future: where is gene editing going next?

As advancements in genetic technologies accelerate at an astonishing pace, the potential for gene editing to transform our world becomes […]

CRISPR editing in the lung

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer Delivering gene therapies to the lung is challenging because of its specialized cell types […]

New genes implicated in COVID-19 infection

A new study, published this week in Nature Cell Biology, describes the role of the CIART gene in COVID-19 infection. […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 11th February

Check out the latest Genomics Week in Brief – full of intriguing news and research from the genomics space! Top […]