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The potential of Middle Eastern Genomics

New findings in Middle Eastern genomics show huge promise towards further understanding the human genome.  The Middle East is a […]

World of Genomics: The United Kingdom

Being a UK based company in the genomics field, we know the space here better than in any other country […]

ATP1A3: A gene found to be responsible for early brain malformations

Recently, researchers have explored the pathophysiology of ATP1A3, a gene that encodes for an ATPase pump sub-unit in the brain. […]

BioMe used to Identify new Subpopulations and Disease Risks

Accurately understanding populations and associated disease risks is important to direct resources and treatments effectively. By understanding where someone comes […]

New genetic loci for eye colour identified

An international team of researchers led by King’s College London and Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam have discovered 50 new […]

Long-Term Space Flights May Impede Learning & Memory in the Hippocampus

A recent study found that the Earth’s magnetic field plays an important role in neurogenesis, learning & memory mediated by […]

Fish had the genes to adapt to life on land while they were still swimming the sea

In the 13th century, the Dutch poet Jacob van Maerlant envisioned a fish that had sprouted arms to lift itself […]

Exploring the Vast Diversity of African Genetics

Characterising genomic variation across Africa is critical to understanding human biology. Recently, there has been a shift in focus, in […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 9th January

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

African genomics needed for genetic medicine

As part of the 20th anniversary of Nature Reviews Genetics, Professor Ambroise Wonkam from the University of Cape Town has […]