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A Spotlight On: Gene Therapy – Carolyn Chapman

Carolyn Riley Chapman is a Bioethicist and Faculty Affiliate with the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU Grossman School of […]

Pan-cancer tumour organoids pave the way towards precision medicine

Researchers have developed a platform of pan-cancer tumour organoids and a neural-network-based drug assay, that has the potential to advance […]

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 […]

Single Cell Sequencing: A New Dimension in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

A new multi-omics approach for single cell sequencing When: May 25th at 3pm BST/ 4pm CEST/ 10 am EDT Single […]

Fuelling the Century of Biology with Single Cell and Spatial Technologies

With developments in our ability to separate single cells from each other and the falling costs of sequencing, single cell […]

The genetics behind eating disorders

An international team has studied the genomes of more than 20,000 individuals, shedding light on the genetic links between eating […]

Distinct genetic alterations found in African American men with prostate cancer

Researchers have found that prostate cancer tumours from African American men harboured higher frequencies of distinct genetic alterations that may […]

Interview with Prof. Diana Baralle, Professor of Genomic Medicine, Honorary Consultant Clinical Genetics, University of Southampton

FLG: Can you introduce yourself and your work? I’m Diana Baralle, a clinical academic specialist in Clinical Genetics with an […]

Liquid Biopsy ONLINE

Multi-omics is rapidly becoming one of the most influential methods in the life sciences, poised to become the cornerstone technique of future research.  

In these early stages of progress, clear and informative dialogue between experts in the field is vital. No one has the time to read all the papers and preprints necessary to truly ‘stay ahead’. Therefore, a tailored webinar series such as this is the perfect opportunity to learn on the go. 

So, please join us for our next Multi-Omics ONLINE webinar series. This webinar series is a 3-part exploration of some of the most promising developments in multi-omics happening right now.

The Big Challenge… With Steven Criscione

With the ever-increasing potential of new technology and the exponential growth of the life sciences field, researchers are always running […]