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‘Biohackers’ and DIY Gene Therapy

Two things that have defined the 21st century are genomics and the internet. Through a combination of these has emerged […]

Increasing diversity in genomic studies: Success Stories and a Future Roadmap

This post was written by Vered Smith, Freelance Science Writer  Increasing diversity in genomic studies: Success Stories and a Future […]

Patient Perspectives: Peter Coleman, Independent Researcher and Full-time Carer

Peter Coleman is an independent researcher and full-time carer with a background in sound, TV, film and special effects. Both […]

A Spotlight On: Scientific Integrity – Elisabeth Bik, Scientific Integrity Consultant

Elisabeth Bik is a microbiologist and scientific integrity consultant, who is known for her work spotting errors in research papers. […]

World of Genomics: France

Home to some of the greatest landmarks, gourmet food and wine, the backdrop to several incredible musicals, and of course, […]

Psychedelics: A new kind of trip

When we think about consciousness, we often consider it as being aware of one’s internal and external existence. But while […]

ESG in Genomics: Where to start? – Interview with Sharon Vidal, Senior Director and Global Lead for Corporate Social Responsibility at Illumina

Recently, I wrote a blog about the importance of Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) and why the genomics industry […]

Genome Giants – Janina Jeff, Staff Bioinformatics Scientist, Illumina

Janina Jeff is an American geneticist and Staff Bioinformatics Scientist at Illumina. Jeff is particularly interested in identifying genetic variants […]

Sperm cells developed from primate stem cells

With male infertility rates rising globally, researchers have shown for the first time that functional sperm cells can be made […]

World of Genomics: Brazil

In this week’s World of Genomics, we travel to the vibrant country of Brazil – home to the majority of […]