Should Self-Experimentation With Gene Editing Be Banned by the FDA?
Should Self-Experimentation With Gene Editing Be Banned by the FDA?
Should Self-Experimentation With Gene Editing Be Banned by the FDA?
Although very much disagreeing with biohacking practices, and strongly discouraging them, the FDA has never actually intervened themselves with individuals. Should they? 
Should Self-Experimentation With Gene Editing Be Banned by the FDA?
Broad Institute Gets Knock Back in European CRISPR Patent Dispute
Broad Institute Gets Knock Back in European CRISPR Patent Dispute
Broad Institute Gets Knock Back in European CRISPR Patent Dispute
The European Patent Office (EPO) has revoked a patent granted to the Broad Institute for fundamental aspects of the technology, in the latest installment of the CRISPR patent battle.
Broad Institute Gets Knock Back in European CRISPR Patent Dispute
Enzyme.com Just Made Dealing With FDA Compliance a Whole Lot Easier
Enzyme.com Just Made Dealing With FDA Compliance a Whole Lot Easier
Enzyme.com Just Made Dealing With FDA Compliance a Whole Lot Easier
For those of you who haven't experienced the process to secure Food and Drug Administration approval, it can be quite the minefield. Helping to solve those woes is new company Enzyme.com.
Enzyme.com Just Made Dealing With FDA Compliance a Whole Lot Easier
Development of Cancer Blood Test 'Enormously Exciting'
Development of Cancer Blood Test 'Enormously Exciting'
Development of Cancer Blood Test 'Enormously Exciting'
A huge step towards one of the biggest goals in medicine has been taken, with the development of a universal blood test for cancer. 
Development of Cancer Blood Test 'Enormously Exciting'
Yes, You Can Reprogram a Cell Just by Unlocking a Specific Location of the Genome
Yes, You Can Reprogram a Cell Just by Unlocking a Specific Location of the Genome
Yes, You Can Reprogram a Cell Just by Unlocking a Specific Location of the Genome
In a scientific first, researchers turned skin cells from mice into stem cells by activating a specific gene in the cells using CRISPR technology.
Yes, You Can Reprogram a Cell Just by Unlocking a Specific Location of the Genome

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This DNA Robot Can Rotate and Function Like Latches

Researchers have developed a way to make simple, self-assembling DNA ‘robots’ that can rotate and function like latches. Combined, they can be used as nano-scale cargo carriers that respond to electromagnetic commands via remote control.

Delivering the Promise of Big Data

Using Big Data effectively will allow us to answer key questions for cancer research and treatment, but there are challenges, says Dr. Eva Sharpe, writing for The Insitute of Cancer Research.

Festival of Genomics London 2018

A Day in the Life: Bridging the Gaps to Personalised Medicine

Dr. Elhaik’s recent work includes the development of the GPS technology that identifies and dates the origin of genomes and promotes a new understanding of cot death and mental disorders. This is what a typical day looks like for him in his own words.

Creating a Global Network

We sat down with CEO of Unique, Beverly Searle and Information Officer, Arti Patel ahead of their appearance at the Festival of Genomics London.

The Short Read

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Educate Yourself

Complete Guide: Building a DNA Library

Just as sequencing has been getting faster, so too has library preparation. The process can be broadly broken up into 5-6 main stages, depending on method.

Saving Lives in Real Time

Does genomics have the power to revolutionise infectious disease control? We have brought together a panel of experts to answer just that.

Opinions

DIY CRISPR: Biohacking Your Own Genome

With do-it-yourself CRISPR kits now available online, Hannah Devlin asks if it’s really possible to edit your own DNA, is it safe and how should it be regulated?

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As the Y chromosome is disappearing, we prepare ourselves to say goodbye to men, while asking if we could, and should, engineer animals to be as smart as us. And should you sell your DNA on the Internet? 

2017’s Big Moments

Let us hear your thoughts on the biggest stories we’ve covered this year. We’ll be publishing a review of the year, including your thoughts, to give you an idea of how the field as a whole felt about it all.