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World of Genomics: Lithuania

Original article by Shannon Gunn, updated by Kira Newbon in July 2023. Sometimes referred to as the Land of Nature, […]

The key to a long life? It could be a diverse gut virome

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. A new paper in Nature Microbiology shows that people who live to be at […]

Bacteria drive pathology in Parkinson’s disease

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. A study led by researchers from the University of Helsinki indicates that Desulfovibrio bacteria […]

Women’s Health: From the Wandering Uterus to the 21st Century

Despite women making up nearly 50% of the global population, significant gender disparities in healthcare continue to be reported. Whilst […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 22nd April

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

Transposable elements could be new target for immunotherapy

A recent study has revealed that transposable elements could be a new target for cancer immunotherapy. The work, published in […]

Base editing successfully corrects immune deficiency mutation

Researchers have used base editing to correct the mutation that causes a rare immune disorder. A one-off gene therapy could […]

Researchers discover new genetic associations with chronic kidney disease

In a recent study published in Nature Communications, researchers identified new rare variants and genes associated with chronic kidney disease. […]

Nanorobots that Navigate to Inflamed Sites: A New Method of Drug Delivery?

In a recent paper published in Science Advances, a research team has developed a twin-bioengine yeast nanorobot for gastro-intestinal (GI) […]

Sequencing options for cancer genomics

Original post by Liam Little in February 2023. Updated by Ashleigh Davey in September 2023. Over the last decade, the […]