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World of Genomics: Nigeria

Original article written by Poppy-Jayne Morgan, June 2022. Updated by Gemma Davies, September 2023. One of the most populated countries […]

World of Genomics: Chile

Chile is a country best known for its vibrant culture, stunning landscapes, and rich biodiversity. In this week’s World of […]

World of Genomics: England

Last updated on 9th November 2023 by Kira Newbon. Best known for fish and chips, football, the Royal Family, and […]

World of Genomics: Scotland

In this week’s World of Genomics, we’re braving the bad weather and taking a trip up north to Scotland. Famous […]

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 […]

A New Dawn for Mitochondrial Genome Editing

Written by Bethany Hoernfeldt, Science Writer  Researchers have successfully facilitated A-to-G base conversion in mitochondrial DNA, ushering in a new […]

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 […]

Are RNA ‘breaking points’ the answer to marine plastic pollution?

Scientists have been inspired by the fast hydrolysis of RNA in water for engineering a biodegradable plastic (PLA) that can […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Genomics and Psychedelics – Charles Nichols

Charles Nichols is a Professor of Pharmacology at LSU Health Sciences Centre in New Orleans in USA. His main research […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Cloning and all things Dolly the Sheep – Bill Ritchie

Bill Ritchie is a retired embryologist who carried out the cloning procedure that led to the creation of Dolly the […]