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Faecal Microbiota Signatures: Detecting Pancreatic Cancer Early with High Specificity

Written by Sharmin Begum, Science Writer  Researchers have identified faecal microbiome signatures that may enable the early detection and screening […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Space research and Project Maleth – Joseph Borg, Associate Professor, University of Malta

Joseph Borg is an Associate Professor at the University of Malta and the Project Lead of the Maleth Program and […]

Understanding How Microbiome Proteins Are Involved in Disease

Written by Vered Smith, Science Writer  Researchers have developed an interaction network that can identify how commensals (such as many […]

Exploring Uncharted (RNA) Territory

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer  Cancer transcriptomics has transformed our understanding of tumour biology. Yet even the most up-to-date […]

A Breath of Fresh Air in Microbiome Research

Over the past few decades, the microbiome has emerged as an exciting area of research. The microbiome is a known […]

‘Junk DNA’: Age of Intron 

If I cast my mind back to studying biology at school, the message was very clear: DNA contains genes, and […]

Down the Rabbit Hole – DNA Data Storage, James Banal

James Banal is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Professor Mark Bathe’s laboratory. While Banal is […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 5th February

Another month, another amazing Genomics Week in Brief – jam-packed with some of the latest genomics news and research! Top […]

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. […]

Genomic signatures of pre-resistance in Tuberculosis

Researchers have conducted the largest population-level genomic analysis of M. tuberculosis to date, with a view to pre-empt the emergence of resistance. […]