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Down the Rabbit Hole: Space Omics – Willian Abraham da Silveira

Willian Abraham da Silveira, Lecturer in Genetics and Genomics at Staffordshire University, joins us to discuss his work in the […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Space research and Project Maleth – Joseph Borg, Associate Professor, University of Malta

Joseph Borg is an Associate Professor at the University of Malta and the Project Lead of the Maleth Program and […]

The view from space is CRISPR

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have performed the first successful use of CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing in space. Ionising radiation […]

Bacterial strains isolated from the International Space Station

Researchers have discovered three bacterial strains aboard the International Space Station that may help create the fuel to allow plants […]

Long-Term Space Flights May Impede Learning & Memory in the Hippocampus

A recent study found that the Earth’s magnetic field plays an important role in neurogenesis, learning & memory mediated by […]

A new era of space omics

Omics technologies have made possible cost-efficient, high-throughput analysis of biologic molecules. Recent advances can be attributed to innovative breakthroughs in […]

Mitochondrial stress: a phenotype of spaceflight

Spaceflight is known to impact human physiology, but the distinct molecular aetiologies are unknown. In a recent study, published in […]

A year-long human spaceflight reveals circulating biomarkers

A team of researchers have profiled cfDNA isolated from plasma of an astronaut during a year-long mission on the International […]

Shuttle up for some genomics in space

Space. A silent vacuum beyond the upper limits of Earth’s atmosphere, home to billions of galaxies within our universe. A […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 3rd December

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