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World of Genomics: Finland

For the latest in our World of Genomics series, we travel to Finland, a country at the forefront of genomic […]

New simulation model suggests synthetic “elementary neurons” may be able to store memories

Written by Miyako Rogers, Science Writer A new study has developed a simulation model which describes a device that exhibits […]

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 […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Exploring The Deep Sea – Peter Girguis, Harvard University

Peter Girguis is a Professor in the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. Peter’s research explores extreme […]

World of Genomics: Iceland

Known for volcanic landscapes, the northern lights, Nordic history and Game of Thrones filming, for the latest in our World […]

World of Genomics: Qatar

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

A Spotlight On: Genomic drivers of heart attacks – Akl Fahed

Akl Fahed, MD, MPH is a physician, scientist, and innovator. He works at Mass General Hospital, the Broad Institute of […]

World of Genomics: Australia

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

Aging clones: genetic mutations hijack the production of blood cells in different stages of life

New research has discovered how genetic mutations take over the production of blood cells at different life stages. The study, […]

The abscopal effect and B cells’ surprising role in treating hard to reach tumours

A new study in mice finds that B cells unexpectedly promote the therapeutic shrinking of breast cancer tumours, even when they are not the direct targets of local immunotherapy.  The […]