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The State Of: Genomics in Aging

Aging is a natural and inevitable part of life, but the way we age and the traits we typically associate […]

Bacterial Biosensors Detect Cancer DNA

A recent study published in Science has unveiled the potential of engineering a well-known bacterium, Acinetobacter baylyi, to detect cancer […]

World of Genomics: Mexico

‘World of Genomics: Mexico’ – Article originally published by Shannon Gunn, November 2021. Updated by Lyndsey Fletcher, July 2023. For […]

Aging brain cells distract immune system from fighting Alzheimer’s

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute have utilised single cell and spatial genomics in their Nature paper to uncover a […]

An miRNA holds back anxiety

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer Severe or prolonged stress can trigger anxiety disorders, but a lack of knowledge of […]

A new role for RNA editing in immune-cell trafficking

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer A paper published in the journal Immunity has identified a new role for the […]

Epigenetics and Ancestry: How Our History Shapes Who We Are

The idea that the experiences of our ancestors shape who we are today is not a novel one. In fact, […]

A Spotlight On: Risk Genes for Psychiatric Disorders – Derek Morris

Derek Morris, Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Science at the University of Galway, joins us to discuss the genetics behind psychiatric […]

Single gene mutation explains increased cognitive abilities of modern humans

Written by Lauren Robertson, Science Writer It’s common knowledge that the (comparably) high intelligence of humans is down to the […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: The Lung Microbiome – Aran Singanayagam, Imperial College London

Aran Singanayagam is an MRC Clinician Scientist, Group Leader at the Centre for Molecular Bacteriology and Infection (CMBI) at Imperial […]