The FDA has warned that it will be coming down hard on anyone carrying out do-it-yourself gene therapy, in a recent statement.
The FDA Warns Biohackers Working on DIY Gene Therapies
The FDA Warns Biohackers Working on DIY Gene TherapiesThe FDA has warned that it will be coming down hard on anyone carrying out do-it-yourself gene therapy, in a recent statement.
A New Target for CAR-T Therapies
A New Target for CAR-T TherapiesResearchers at the National Cancer Institute have identified a second protein on cancer cells that could be used as a target for CAR-T therapies in the future
Complete Guide: Building a DNA Library
Complete Guide: Building a DNA LibraryJust 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.
GSK Gains US Approval For First Two-Drug Regimen for HIV
GSK Gains US Approval For First Two-Drug Regimen for HIVGlaxoSmith Kline (GSK) has welcomed the news that two of its drug regimen to treat HIV have won US approval, with its Juluca treatment.
Oil From Cinnamon Drives Fat Cells to Burn Energy
Oil From Cinnamon Drives Fat Cells to Burn EnergyThe essential oil that gives cinnamon its flavour could make a difference in the fight against obesity, claims new research.
Researchers at the National Cancer Institute have identified a second protein on cancer cells that could be used as a target for CAR-T therapies in the future
GlaxoSmith Kline (GSK) has welcomed the news that two of its drug regimen to treat HIV have won US approval, with its Juluca treatment.
The essential oil that gives cinnamon its flavour could make a difference in the fight against obesity, claims new research.
Gut bacteria may help newborn babies prepare for the bacteria that will soon enter their bodies, new research suggests.
Pfizer has found itself in a battle with several states who are intending to use some of its drugs to carry out executions.
Webinars & Media
A discussion of the technology that is in use today that allows Metabolon to carry out n of 1 studies that enable precision medicine, as well as future technology.
Looking at applications for the MinION in new molecular approaches for the taxonomy characterization of microbial communities aiming resolution at species and strain level.
Overcoming challenges of transferring large data to and from the Cloud, while achieving maximum data transfer efficiency, reliability, and security.
The Short Read
We’ve caught up with Luca Magnani ahead of his talk: ‘Diving into the Dark Matter of the Cancer Genome’ at the Festival of Genomics.
We caught up with patient advocate Karen Keeley ahead of Festival of Genomics London 2018.
Writer Carl Zimmer has a gift for getting to the heart of the big issues of science, and for communicating with both scientists and non-scientists alike.
Magazines and Educational Guides
In this issue of the magazine we tackle infectious disease, whilst taking a look at what AMP 2017 has on offer this year in Salt Lake City, Utah.
In this issue of the magazine we head to Orlando, Florida, for the largest genetics meeting in the world: welcome to ASHG 2017.
This free guide will introduce you to some of the most important features for genomicists in the cloud.
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.
Technology has come a long way in the last four decades. Dr. Tonellato has been able to watch how it has changed computational genomics for the better.
Does genomics have the power to revolutionise infectious disease control? We have brought together a panel of experts to answer just that.
Patrick Short explores ‘the secret’ to healthy ageing, and whether genetics can lead us to a fountain of youth.
Patrick Short explores why there is no human that’s been born that’s 5x faster than the rest of us, with 7 billion people and opportunities for mutations.
David tells us about some of the movies he saw as a young boy, that also helped to shape him into the very strange person that he grew up to be.
Around the Web
Clues taken from small molecules in saliva may be able to help diagnose and predict the duration of concussions in children.
A team of scientists has come up with a novel approach to block the transfer of resistance genes.
A team of scientists have developed new nano-mapping technology that could transform the way disease-causing genetic mutations are diagnosed and discovered.
Artifical embryos, databases offering clues on who likes beer, self-destruct switches in mosquitos and infectious disease…
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