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Researchers have generated the first complete model of the human embryo

Two research groups have now generated human blastocyst-like structures from cells in a dish. This valuable model provides hope of […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 13th March

Another jam-packed week of interesting research and news from the genomics space – all summarised here for you! Top stories […]

Protein architecture of budding yeast

Researchers have mapped the binding locations of over 400 different proteins on the yeast genome, providing the most thorough and […]

Induced pluripotent stem cells map variants of disease

Scientists have compiled data from induced pluripotent stem cells to link genetic variants to many different diseases. Linking variants Researchers […]

Ready for Lift Off: The Next Decade of Human Genomics

Human genetics has come a long way since The Human Genome Project was completed in 2003. We can now start […]

Hallmarks of environmental insults

We summarise a recent paper, published in Cell, that has proposed eight hallmarks of environmental insults. The intricacies and interactions […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 6th March

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

Combination therapy for mitochondrial disorders

Study shows how one specific combination therapy may provide measurable benefits to patients with mitochondrial respiratory chain disorders. Mitochondrial disorders […]

World Book Day 2021

When we read, we learn; we discover. Whether we find out about a new scientific concept or a fictional alternative […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 27th February

Enjoy our latest round-up of the most recent genomics new and research. Top stories from the past week A new […]