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RNA sequencing can predict pregnancy health from single blood draw

Researchers from a global collaboration have identified patterns of gene expression associated with a healthy pregnancy using circulating RNA. Pregnancy […]

How is human pregnancy unique?

In a recent study, researchers delved into the evolutionary history of pregnancy, identifying hundreds of genes that evolved to be […]

Clinical utility of exome sequencing in pregnancy loss

A recent study, published in Genetics in Medicine, has explored the clinical utility of exome sequencing for detecting monogenic aetiology […]

FoG 2020 Presentation Lisa Hughes, Cambridge University Hospital: Non-Invasive Genetic Testing in Pregnancy: Lessons From Genetic Counselling Practice

Lisa obtained a BSc in Biology with Sociology then trained as a paediatric nurse, working in London and Australia. She […]

New Technology Helps to Unravel the Mystery of Breast Cancer Recurrence

Written by Bethany Hoernfeldt, Science Writer  A cost-effective and efficient laboratory technique developed by researchers at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer […]

Genome Giants: Stephen Scherer – Director, The Centre for Applied Genomics, SickKids

Stephen Scherer is a Canadian scientist who founded Canada’s first human genome centre, the Centre for Applied Genomics (TCAG) at […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 12th February

Check out the latest Genomics Week in Brief – full of intriguing news and research from the genomics space! Top […]

Round-Up: COVID-19 February (Part One)

Another month and another fortnightly update of some of the latest news and research surrounding the novel coronavirus. Statistics At […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 29th January

We have summarised some of the latest news and research across the genomics space – enjoy! Top stories from the […]

Cell atlas of the human uterus

The most comprehensive cell atlas to date of the human uterus has uncovered two new epithelial cell states that can […]