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Gene therapy for neurological diseases possible with new brain-targeting viral vectors

A major challenge in the field of gene therapy is ensuring that treatments are delivered to the correct location in […]

‘Mini eyes’ grown in lab aid understanding of genetic blindness

Researchers at UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health (UCL GOS ICH) have grown ‘mini eyes’ to assess blindness. […]

Meta AI expands protein prediction capabilities to challenge AlphaFold

The understanding of protein structure and function is central to our knowledge of many biological processes, yet a tiny percentage […]

New 3D bioprinted breast cancer model could aid immunotherapy development

Penn State researchers have successfully created breast cancer tumours using 3D bioprinting. The work, covered in two papers published in […]

Hair straightening products linked to higher uterine cancer risk

A new study from the National Institutes of Health has found that women who use chemical hair straightening products are […]

New AAV approach allows gene therapies to cross the blood-brain barrier

Written by Aaron Khemchandani, Science Writer. A new study, published in the journal Nature Biomedical Engineering, has shown how delivery […]

Super-resolution microscopy technique visualises gene folding in unprecedented detail

In a recent paper, published in Nature, researchers have revealed a new super-resolution microscopy technique that allows the genome to […]

Biodata and AI in Drug Discovery ONLINE- October 2022

Join us for our latest 3-part webinar series, Biodata and AI in Drug Discovery, to uncover how experts organise data […]

World of Genomics: Spain

Occupying 85% of the Iberian Peninsula, Spain is a geographically and culturally diverse country famed for its sun, sand, and […]

Ancient retrovirus genes play crucial role in brain’s innate immune response

Written by Lauren Robertson, Science Writer. New research has uncovered the role of two specific mouse genes – leftover by […]