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Using ‘Human Knockouts’ to Ensure RNAi Safety

RNA interference or RNAi is a Nobel Prize winning technique that can silence almost any gene in the genome by […]

World of Genomics: South Korea

Famous for kimchi, K-pop and Samsung, we travel to South Korea for the latest in our World of Genomics series. […]

Treating inherited deafness with RNA base editing

Using RNA base editing techniques, scientists have successfully reversed a genetic form of hearing loss in a mouse model. The […]

Local delivery of anti-CTLA-4 cancer immunotherapy drug is safer than systemic delivery

Results from a clinical trial suggest that local delivery of anti-CTLA-4 immunotherapy drug is safer than systematic delivery. The study, […]

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 […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: The Lung Microbiome – Aran Singanayagam, Imperial College London

Aran Singanayagam is an MRC Clinician Scientist, Group Leader at the Centre for Molecular Bacteriology and Infection (CMBI) at Imperial […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 3rd June

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

Brain tumours treated with donor STEM cells

Researchers have developed a novel therapeutic strategy for treating brain tumours using stem cells taken from healthy donors engineered to […]

‘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 […]

What’s the Best Way to Deliver Prime Editing?

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer  Prime editing is a new type of genome editing technology. It essentially builds on […]