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New tool links individual cells with disease risk in scRNA-seq data

Written by Lauren Robertson, Science Writer Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) often provide researchers with an insight into how genetic variants […]

A Spotlight On: Rare Disease – Marshall Summar, Director of the Rare Disease Institute at the Children’s National Hospital

Marshall Summar is Director of the Rare Disease Institute at the Children’s National Hospital. He runs the genetics and metabolism […]

World of Genomics: Singapore

In this week’s world of genomics, we explore Asia’s “Lion City”, Singapore. This small island country is home to a […]

A Spotlight On: Ethics, Biosecurity and Genomic Data – James Giordano, Pellegrino Centre for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University Medical Centre

James Giordano is Professor of Neurology and Biochemistry and Senior Scholar in Residence of the Pellegrino Centre for Clinical Bioethics […]

White House announces all taxpayer funded research be made open-access

Written by Miyako Rogers, Science Writer On the 25 August, 2022, The White House Office of Science and Technology publicly […]

World of Genomics: Ireland

Ireland, known in Irish as Éire, is famous for its rich heritage, traditions, Guinness, pubs and St. Patrick’s Day. Ireland […]

International genomics study identifies emerging multidrug-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae strain

Written by Miyako Rogers, Science Writer A new study published in The Lancet has used whole-genome analysis of Streptococcus pneumoniae […]

World of Genomics: Finland

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

Researchers create a new multi-omic map of myocardial infarction

Written by Miyako Rogers, Science Writer In a new study published in Nature, researchers have used different multi-omic tools to […]

Are we heading for a Machine Learning crisis?

Written by Miyako Rogers, Science Writer Machine learning is being increasingly used in research, but a recent article describes how […]