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Genetic sequencing of novel coronavirus indicates “undetected spread” in the US

Recent analysis of the genetic sequence of the coronavirus has indicated that the infection may have spread further than we realised. 

FoG 2020 Presentation Peter Mouritzen, Samplix: Xdrop™ – Indirect Target Sequencing into the Unknown

Peter Mouritzen, Vice President of Market Application and Market Development from Samplix spoke at the Festival of Genomics 2020.

FoG 2020 Presentation Michael Barnes, QMUL: RNA Sequencing and Machine Learning as Molecular Scalpels

Professor of Bioinformatics, Director, the Centre for Translational Bioinformatics, William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London Co-Investigator, Health […]

FoG 2020 Presentation Christopher Watson, University of Leeds: Clinical applications of long-read sequencing

Dr Watson is a HCPC registered Clinical Scientist leading NHS research and development activities in the Translational Genomics Unit (a […]

FoG 2020 Presentation Alba Sanchis-Juan: Long-read Whole Genome Sequencing of Clinical Samples

Alba studied Biochemistry and Biomedicine and did her PhD in Biotechnology at University of Valencia, Spain. She currently works at […]

The $100 Genome: Where’s the Limit?

Few advancements in the life sciences field have been as transformative as the ability to sequence the human genome. Since […]

Molecular Analysis for Precision Oncology ONLINE

Oncological care increasingly relies on molecular tumor characterization techniques to enhance patient outcomes. However, the clinical utility of some of these methods remains uncertain, potentially affecting their integration into healthcare systems. With all these new advancements, it can be challenging to stay up to date on the clinical applications and future prospects of these precision oncology techniques.

Join us for our latest webinar series, Molecular Analysis for Precision Oncology ONLINE, where we’ll hear insights from nine leading experts in the cancer genomics field, covering cutting-edge tumour characterisation techniques and their clinical applications.

Single-Cell for Cancer Biology ONLINE

Single-Cell sequencing has already become a staple methodology for medical research. Much of this advancement has happened within, and is directly relevant to cancer biology. Hence, we are really excited to launch our new webinar series – Single-Cell for Cancer Biology ONLINE – to directly explore the latest impact that single-cell methodologies are having on cancer research.

Genomics Week in Brief: Week Ending 29th March

Looking for the latest news highlights from the genomics world and beyond? We’ve got you covered with Week in Brief! […]

Genomics Week in Brief: Week Ending 22nd March

Welcome back to Week in Brief, our digest of the latest news from the genomics world and beyond! This week […]