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Applications of RNA-seq for infectious disease research

Jose Afonso Guerra-Assuncao, Research Associate, UCL

Genetic biomarker profile defined for hard-to-diagnose Lyme disease

Lyme disease is often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed – here we report that there may finally be a genetic biomarker profile […]

Genomics Week in Brief: Week Ending 10th May

Welcome back to Week in Brief, your number one stop for the latest genomics news! Gene therapy has been in […]

Genomics Week in Brief: Week Ending 3rd May

Welcome back to Week in Brief! We hope you had a great Bank Holiday weekend, and we’ve got the latest […]

The State Of: Antimicrobial Resistance

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the most pressing public health threats we will face in our lifetimes. In fact, […]

Multi-Omics ONLINE

Multi-omics is rapidly becoming one of the most influential methods in the life sciences, poised to become the cornerstone technique of future research.  

In these early stages of progress, clear and informative dialogue between experts in the field is vital. No one has the time to read all the papers and preprints necessary to truly ‘stay ahead’. Therefore, a tailored webinar series such as this is the perfect opportunity to learn on the go. 

So, please join us for our next Multi-Omics ONLINE webinar series. This webinar series is a 3-part exploration of some of the most promising developments in multi-omics happening right now.

World of Genomics: The Philippines

In this week’s World of Genomics, we explore the Philippines, an archipelago in Southeast Asia famous for its stunning natural […]

Genomics Week in Brief: Week ending 16th February

Welcome back to Week in Brief, where you can get the latest and greatest news from the genomics world and […]

World of Genomics: South Africa

Original article written by Poppy-Jayne Morgan, July 2022. Updated by Aleisha Collins, January 2024. In this instalment of World of […]

World of Genomics: Sri Lanka

Article written by Bethany Hanson, Science Communications Writer. From ancient Buddhist scriptures detailing selective breeding of seeds, to the oldest […]