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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 […]

Gene Editing Quality Control – From Humanised Mice to Engineered Human Cells

The ease of new gene editing technologies has opened opportunities to explore in more detail the genetic underpinnings of disease, […]

20 Years since the Human Genome Project: What comes next?

The Human Genome Project Published 20 years ago, the first drafts of the human genome opened the doors to a […]

New Genetic Loci Identified for Lewy Body Dementia

A recent study, published in Nature used Genome Wide Association Studies to identify new risk loci associated with Lewy Body […]

Updates on the UK Biobank for 2021 and Beyond – by Mark Effingham

Mark Effingham (Deputy CEO, UK Biobank) joined us at The Festival of Genomics and Biodata 2021 to give us an […]

Tractor: New tool facilitates diversity in genetic studies

Researchers have developed a free-access software tool called Tractor that increases the discovery power of genomics in understudied populations.  Diverse […]

Pharmacogenetic testing could save millions

According to new research from the University of East Anglia in collaboration with Boots UK and Leiden University, four million […]

First Japanese reference genome

Researchers at Tohoku University have now completed and released the first ever Japanese reference genome (JG1). Human genome Since its […]

What are the implications of solving the ‘protein folding problem’ for genomics?

At the Festival of Genomics and Biodata 2021 we brought together four of the brightest minds in the field of […]

Such a lot of genome to see…by Ting Wu

Ting Wu (Professor, Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School) joined us at the Festival of Genomics and Biodata 2021 to […]