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World of Genomics: Egypt

For the latest in the World of Genomics series, we go to the home of ancient Egyptians in the Arab […]

Effect of WGS on clinical management in acutely ill infants

Whole-genome sequencing (WGS) shows promise as a first-line genetic test for acutely ill infants. However, before wide-spread adoption and implementation, […]

Genome Giants: Heidi Rehm – Chief Genomics Officer, Mass General Hospital

Heidi Rehm is the Chief Genomics Officer in the Department of Medicine and at the Center for Genomic Medicine at […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: De-extinction and the Woolly Mammoth Revival Project – Eriona Hysolli

Eriona Hysolli is a former Postdoctoral Researcher at the George Church Lab in Harvard Medical School. Hysolli was involved in […]

Major depressive disorder and energy metabolism: diving deep with omics technology

Omics technologies have revealed molecular insights into the complex relationship between impaired energy metabolism and major depressive disorder. Major Depressive […]

Human and mouse astrocytes have crucial differences

Researchers have discovered crucial physiological differences between human and mouse astrocytes, with implications for studies on neurological disorders. Mice are […]

A detailed map of the human cell

Researchers from Sinai Health have provided a detailed map looking at the organisation of a living human cell. This provides […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 10th April

Enjoy the latest genomics week in brief, filled with all of the most recent genomics news and research! Top stories […]

Hallmarks of environmental insults

We summarise a recent paper, published in Cell, that has proposed eight hallmarks of environmental insults. The intricacies and interactions […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 6th March

Another month, another genomics week in brief – filled with the latest research and news surrounding genomics. Top stories from […]