How optical mind control can help us to better understand how the brain works
At 140, Ike is the world's oldest drug test subject
At 140, Ike is the world's oldest drug test subjectIke also happens to be a mouse, who owes his longevity to some early-stager research into drug effects on longevity.
Gero Miesenboeck: Re-engineering the brain
Gero Miesenboeck: Re-engineering the brainHow optical mind control can help us to better understand how the brain works
Scientists identify spark plug that ignites nerve cell demise in ALS
Scientists identify spark plug that ignites nerve cell demise in ALSScientists have identified a key cause of nerve cell damage in people with ALS
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The latest episode of Signal podcast from STAT News looks at the scientists and clinicians engaged in a frantic race to develop a Zika vaccine
All things CRISPR: from library design techniques to the impact of high quality DNA synthesis on accurate genome editing
Have you read the Genomics 101?
A new world of genomic research, featuring Atul Butte, Roger Lasken, Stephen Kingsmore, and the genomics capital of the world
An introductory handbook to genomics. This guide aims to help ease the adoption of genomic technology in your own workplace.
Our ‘Festival of Genomics’ issue of the magazine, featuring Eric Green, Diana Bianchi, G2P, Sylvie Guichard, Lynn Bush, and Wendy Rubinstein.
You heard. Matt Ridley shows how, throughout history, the engine of human progress has been the meeting and mating of ideas
Lior Pachtor takes a shot at the under powered statistics behind recent claims about the health of deep space astronauts
Rumours: whether you’re spreading them, or just listening to the legendary Fleetwood Mac album, we have the roundup for you
Patent litigation is a costly process, but according to STAT News, the sums involved in the CRISPR dispute are soaring
Michael Le Page argues that gene doping is inevitable, and embracing it rather than banning is the key to protecting athletes
We take a look at some of the clinical highlights from the agenda for this year’s Individualizing Medicine Conference, produced by the Mayo Clinic
Ike also happens to be a mouse, who owes his longevity to some early-stager research into drug effects on longevity.
Gene editing of human blood-forming stem cells mimics a benign genetic condition that helps to overcome sickle cell disease and other blood disorders
An elegant new neuroimaging tool could be the answer to tracking gene expression in a living human brain
Stanford Medical School will use Google Cloud Platform to develop a new clinical genomics service
A team Sichuan University Hospital, China, has entered the race to run the first trials of CRISPR in human subjects
New whole-genome service could triple the diagnosis rates for Australians living with rare and genetic conditions
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Scientists have identified a key cause of nerve cell damage in people with ALS
Uncovering how genetic defects cause microcephaly may help Zika researchers
Creating embryos with both maternal and paternal mitochondrial DNA could lead to treatments for mitochondrial diseases
How can consumers learn more about their genome while still having complete control of their data?
“We’re betting on DNA becoming an integrated part of many aspects of bettering ourselves” – Robin Thurston, Helix
The new CEO at Helix gave us his take on creating the world’s first personal genomics platform
With the focus on whole genome sequencing, are we missing an opportunity with simpler, point of care diagnostic tests? We ask Sir John Burn