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Genetics Unzipped Podcast: Involving Patients in Genomics Research

“Nothing about me without me!” is the rallying cry for patient involvement in research. In the latest episode of Genetics […]

We should be sequencing the genomes of coronavirus patients

I am sure by now we are all hoping to hear something non-coronavirus related. Sorry to disappoint, but Professors from […]

The role of red blood cells in the immune system

New research has uncovered the function of red blood cells as immune sensors that detect and bind to cell-free DNA […]

Round-up: COVID-19 October (Part One)

Get your fortnightly dose of some of the latest news and research surrounding the novel coronavirus. Statistics At the time […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 16th October

Delve into some of the latest genomics news and research from the past week in this week’s Genomics Week in […]

Why does ESG matter in Genomics?

We all like to play our part in helping the environment. Whether this be donating a couple of pounds to […]

Interpreting genetic variants in type 2 diabetes

Numerous genetic variants in the human genome have been linked to type 2 diabetes. However, as most of these variants […]

To diet, or not to diet, that is the question

No matter where you are in the world – everyone’s diet starts tomorrow. Unfortunately, for many of us, tomorrow never […]

Patient Perspectives: Sarah Winckless – Leadership and Performance Coach and Olympic Bronze Medallist

Sarah Winckless is a former British rower, Bronze Olympic Medallist and the first woman to umpire the men’s Boat Race. […]

Gene therapy to restore vision after stroke

Vision loss can be a side effect of a major brain injury, such as a stroke. In this context, neurons […]