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WES uncovers mutations for rare paediatric diseases

Using whole-exome sequencing (WES), researchers have identified underlying variants in children with rare genetic paediatric diseases. Rare genetic paediatric diseases […]

World of Genomics: Denmark

Beneath the Aurora Borealis lies Denmark (or Danmark in Danish), a picturesque land once home to the mighty Vikings. This […]

Reproducibility: The science communities’ ticking timebomb. Can we still trust published research?

Is science in the throes of a “reproducibility crisis”? If someone followed the same methods, techniques, and reagents as your […]

Combined genetics and archaeology data reveal origins of the early English gene pool

Written by Lauren Robertson, Science Writer. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology have conducted the largest early […]

World of Genomics: India

The Republic of India is the most populous democracy in the world, and is a highly diverse country with thousands […]

The strengths of single-cell and spatial omics in drug discovery

Please note the transcript has been edited for brevity and clarity. FLG: Hello, everyone, and welcome to our interview with […]

World of Genomics: Singapore

In this week’s world of genomics, we explore Asia’s “Lion City”, Singapore. This small island country is home to a […]

A Spotlight On: Ethics, Biosecurity and Genomic Data – James Giordano, Pellegrino Centre for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University Medical Centre

James Giordano is Professor of Neurology and Biochemistry and Senior Scholar in Residence of the Pellegrino Centre for Clinical Bioethics […]

World of Genomics: Ireland

Ireland, known in Irish as Éire, is famous for its rich heritage, traditions, Guinness, pubs and St. Patrick’s Day. Ireland […]

World of Genomics: Finland

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