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World of Genomics: The Netherlands

Home to 90% of the world’s tulip fields and over 1,000 windmills, we travel to the Netherlands in our latest World […]

Highly virulent HIV variant found in the Netherlands

Researchers have reported that for the past few decades a highly virulent variant of HIV-1 has been circulating in the […]

World of Genomics: Belgium

Belgium, a small but mighty kingdom in Europe, is our next stop in our Word of Genomics tour. The contributions […]

Leukaemias ‘re-programme’ themselves using epigenetic regulators

Some leukaemias are able to alter the proteins they express on the cell surface in order to evade cancer treatment. […]

A Spotlight On: Single-cell and Spatial – Miao-Ping Chien

Miao-Ping Chien, Principal Investigator, Department of Molecular Genetics, Erasmus University Medical Center, joins us to discuss microscopy-based functional and spatial […]

World of Genomics: Denmark

Beneath the Aurora Borealis lies Denmark (or Danmark in Danish), a picturesque land once home to the mighty Vikings. This […]

Combined genetics and archaeology data reveal origins of the early English gene pool

Written by Lauren Robertson, Science Writer. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology have conducted the largest early […]

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 […]

Finding biomarkers and mechanisms for chemotherapy resistance in breast cancer

Written by Victoria Lee, Science Writer at Front Line Genomics In the fight against breast cancer, it’s useful to be […]

Liquid Biopsies: Current Status and Future Directions

With liquid biopsies promising to transform multiple stages of the cancer diagnostic and monitoring journey, patients from across the world […]