Gene Editing 101: 2018 Edition
Gene Editing 101: 2018 Edition
Gene Editing 101: 2018 Edition
Free download: This guide will discuss the gene editing tools currently available and how they can be used to manipulate genomic sequences, as well as the real world applications that put these tools to use.
Gene Editing 101: 2018 Edition
Weekend Reads
Weekend Reads
Weekend Reads
This week's talking points were how we're all mosaics, the 'Jolie Effect' on breast cancer and that China is taking the lead in genetic testing. 
Weekend Reads
Genetic Material of African Origin is Key to Understanding Disease Mechanism
Genetic Material of African Origin is Key to Understanding Disease Mechanism
Genetic Material of African Origin is Key to Understanding Disease Mechanism
It’s been a recurring refrain: Africa still lags woefully behind the rest of the world in generating new scientific knowledge. But there are several projects that offer hope amid all the bad news.
Genetic Material of African Origin is Key to Understanding Disease Mechanism
What's In Your Genome? Parents-To-Be Wants to Know
What's In Your Genome? Parents-To-Be Wants to Know
What's In Your Genome? Parents-To-Be Wants to Know
We now have the capacity to quickly and cheaply sequence an individual's genome and scour it for disease-causing genes. But how much, and what type, of information does a parent-to-be want to know?
What's In Your Genome? Parents-To-Be Wants to Know
We're Not Prepared for the Genetic Revolution That's Coming
We're Not Prepared for the Genetic Revolution That's Coming
We're Not Prepared for the Genetic Revolution That's Coming
Genetics is influencing more and more of our decisions, but we can't make the right choices if we don't understand it.
We're Not Prepared for the Genetic Revolution That's Coming

Breaking News

Will the FDA Damage Pharma Company Reputations Over Generics?

The FDA is coming down hard on pharma following generic drug stalling tactics. This follows the recent publication from the agency of an online list of pharma companies that together have racked up 150 complaints from generics makers seeking samples.

Magazines and Educational Guides

Gene Editing 101: 2018 Edition

Free download: This guide will discuss the gene editing tools currently available and how they can be used to manipulate genomic sequences, as well as the real world applications that put these tools to use.

Cancer Genomics 101: 2018 Edition

Free download: This guide is intended to help you understand how cancers can develop in the body and what forms they can take, as well as taking you through the medical processes of diagnosis and treatment.

Drug Development 101: 2018 Edition

Free download: In this guide, we discuss the challenges involved in lead generation and preclinical development, what factors need to be considered during clinical trials, and how genomics has started to change the way we approach drug design.

The Genome Spot / Webinars

Drowning in TCGA Data: How to Keep Your Head Above Water

To fully benefit from the vast quantities of data from TCGA, tools for easy data visualisation and analysis must be developed for use of the non-computational scientist. Our panel of experts discuss TCGA data and the tools needed to make sense of it.

Opinions

Educate Yourself

65 Years of DNA

Happy DNA Day! To celebrate, we’ve put together a timeline of some of the major events that have happened in genomics since 1953 – See how far we’ve come!

Selling the Code

The Code, Part 3: It’s now easier than ever to peer into your own genetic code. But are all of the new companies out there offering you information about yourself that you can believe?

The Short Read

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Weekend Reads

This week’s talking points were how we’re all mosaics, the ‘Jolie Effect’ on breast cancer and that China is taking the lead in genetic testing. 

Weekend Reads, Week 18

Enjoy the weekend with insightful reads on AI and how our brains map spaces, and marvel at the reaction and legacy of James Watson’s 90’th birthday. And Enjoy some cheese!

Weekend Reads, week 17

This week in weekend reads: Pig brains being kept alive outside bodies, the ethics of experimenting with human brain tissue, and how writing about the link between genes and educational attainment can be dangerous…