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World of Genomics: France

Home to some of the greatest landmarks, gourmet food and wine, the backdrop to several incredible musicals, and of course, […]

Fine tuning base editors to avoid gene-editing errors

Researchers at Rice University have developed a new approach that improves the avoidance of gene-editing errors in base editing strategies. […]

Drag-and-drop CRISPR genome integration

Researchers have developed a CRISPR-based approach that enables direct genome integration without generating double-strand breaks. Genome integration Programmable genome insertion […]

Genome-reduced ‘living medicine’ created for drug-resistant infections

Researchers from the Centre for Genomic Regulation have created a ‘living medicine’ to treat antibiotic-resistant bacteria growing on the surfaces […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Genomics and Psychedelics – Charles Nichols

Charles Nichols is a Professor of Pharmacology at LSU Health Sciences Centre in New Orleans in USA. His main research […]

Schizophrenia polygenic risk scores: The struggle of improving their clinical utility

Researchers have analysed clinical and genetic data from over 8,500 adults with psychiatric disorders, to assess whether schizophrenia polygenic risk […]

Researchers have engineered a new miniature CRISPR-Cas System

CRISPR-Cas systems have revolutionised genomic research, offering precise genome editing. However, there still is clinical demand for a compact and […]

A woolly mammoth, an elephant and a scientist walk into a bar…

My idea of the woolly mammoth is limited to the voice of Ray Romano and the unusual pairing with a […]

CAR T-cells activated by heat destroy solid tumours

Despite its success against liquid tumours, CAR T-cell therapy often has no impact on solid tumours. A new study, published […]

Did robots help us fight COVID-19?

Typically, automated systems or robots are thought of as machinery used for packaging and inspection practices. But in fact, modern […]