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Down the Rabbit Hole: Cloning and all things Dolly the Sheep – Bill Ritchie

Bill Ritchie is a retired embryologist who carried out the cloning procedure that led to the creation of Dolly the […]

A, C, T to Glossary

Numbers The 1000 Genomes Project: The 1,000 Genome Project (1KGP) launched in January 2008 with the aim of generating the […]

FAIR data applied to AI & machine learning

The FAIR principles should be applied to both human- and machine-driven activities. Humans have an understanding of the meaning of […]

Considerations for starting a FAIR data library

The FAIR principles have been defined to enable data producers and publishers to make their data findable, accessible, interoperable and […]

A Guide to the FAIR Principles in Biopharma

Introduction There is a constant growth in the volume, complexity and creation speed of data. Therefore, humans are increasingly relying […]

Genetics Unzipped podcast: Catching cancer – Transmissible tumours in dogs, devils, clams and cannibal hamsters

In the latest episode of Genetics Unzipped, presenter Dr Kat Arney reads an exclusive excerpt from her recent book, Rebel […]

Researchers have revealed novel ultra-rare risk genes for autism

Researchers have identified ultra-rare, likely gene-disruptive variants unique to autism families, revealing 28 novel candidate risk genes. The genetics of […]

Precision medicine in early life may improve adult health outcomes

Researchers have shown that optimising early life nutrition can reduce the risk of adult cardiometabolic disease in genetically predisposed infants, […]

Long-read sequencing vs short-read sequencing

Different sequencing platforms use a variety of read lengths. Both short-read sequencing and long-read sequencing have their own benefits and […]

The progress of NGS platforms

It has been over 30 years since the first generation of DNA sequencing technology was developed in 1977. Since then, […]