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The Festival of Genomics and Biodata: An interview with Claire Bloomfield, NHS Transformation Directorate

At the Festival of Genomics and Biodata, we are lucky enough to be joined by some of the biggest names […]

Brain mechanisms of microRNA-132 decoded

‘Brain mechanisms of microRNA-132 decoded’ – Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. The microRNA miR-132 likely plays a role in […]

World of Genomics: Thailand

World of Genomics: Thailand – original article written by Shannon Gunn, 2021. Updated by Lyndsey Fletcher, 2023. In this week’s […]

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 […]

Aging brain cells distract immune system from fighting Alzheimer’s

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute have utilised single cell and spatial genomics in their Nature paper to uncover a […]

AI identifies genetic targets for therapy with limited transcriptomic data

Understanding the regulatory networks between genes is a powerful way of uncovering mechanisms and therapeutic targets for disease. A study […]

Ovarian cancer subtypes point to tailored treatments

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. Ovarian cancer is usually diagnosed late and can be difficult to treat. A study […]

AI used to develop new protein delivery system

Gene therapies are often touted as the future of healthcare, yet delivery of the relevant materials to human cells remains […]

A new target for blood–brain barrier transport

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer Getting large-molecule drugs across the blood–brain barrier (BBB) is challenging, largely because of our […]

Study reveals the diversity of non-pathogenic E. coli strains

A study, recently published in Nature Communications, has uncovered the vast diversity between non-diarrheagenic Escherichia coli strains. The work highlights […]