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New study spatially maps chromatin accessibility in embryos, brains, and more

Written by Miyako Rogers, Science Writer In a recent study published in Nature, researchers have uncovered the spatial epigenetic information […]

A Spotlight On: Single Cell Proteomics – Nikolai Slavov, Professor, Northeastern University

Nikolai Slavov is an Allen Distinguished Investigator and Professor at Northeastern University. His work focuses on single cell proteomics and […]

Stable transgene expression using native gut bacteria in mice

Written by Liam Little, Science Writer A study published in Cell provides a new proof-of-concept for the delivery of live […]

World of Genomics: Finland

For the latest in our World of Genomics series, we travel to Finland, a country at the forefront of genomic […]

New simulation model suggests synthetic “elementary neurons” may be able to store memories

Written by Miyako Rogers, Science Writer A new study has developed a simulation model which describes a device that exhibits […]

World of Genomics: South Korea

Famous for kimchi, K-pop and Samsung, we travel to South Korea for the latest in our World of Genomics series. […]

A Spotlight On: Spatial Transcriptomics – Jeffrey Moffitt, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School

Jeffrey Moffitt is an Assistant Professor at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. His lab uses state-of-the-art spatially resolved […]

Groundbreaking research generates world’s first synthetic embryos

Written by Isobel Young, Science Writer Until recently, synthetic embryos only existed in sci-fi novels. Now, researchers from the Weizmann […]

Researchers partially revive organs in pigs an hour after death

Written by Miyako Rogers, Science Writer In an astonishing new study published in Nature, researchers partially restored organ function in […]

New molecular device ‘Retro-Cascorder’ uses CRISPR to track and record gene expression over time

Written by Miyako Rogers, Science Writer In a recent paper published in Nature, researchers developed a molecular device called “Retro-Cascorder”, […]