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A Spotlight On: Science Communication – Jonathan Roberts

Jonathan Roberts is a Registered Genetic Counsellor at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge and a Researcher at the Society and Ethics […]

New Vacancy: Marketing and Science Communications Assistant

Starting Salary: £20,500-22,000 (depending on experience), to be reviewed following successful completion of 3-month probationary period. Reports to: CEO, COO […]

A negative result is positive for science

The first thing you learn as a scientist is that most of your experiments will fail. Despite this, and the […]

A Spotlight On: Genetic Counsellors and Adapting Services – Beth Coad, Principal Genetic Counsellor

Beth Coad is a Principal Genetic Counsellor at St George’s Hospital in London. She is also a part-time Honorary Clinical […]

Genome Giants – Janina Jeff, Staff Bioinformatics Scientist, Illumina

Janina Jeff is an American geneticist and Staff Bioinformatics Scientist at Illumina. Jeff is particularly interested in identifying genetic variants […]

World of Genomics: Mexico

For the latest article in the World of Genomics series, we head over to the home of tacos, tortillas and […]

Omitting mice from the title of papers misleads the media

A recent study has suggested that when authors of scientific papers omit basic facts from the article title, like whether […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 17th June

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

A key role for the histone chaperone CAF-1 in sustaining cell fate

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer Cell fate — whether a cell self-renews or differentiates — is driven by dynamic […]

Exome sequencing in bipolar disorder identifies new risk gene

A study published in Nature Genetics from a consortium of researchers — the BipEx collaboration — is the largest whole-exome […]