UK Scientists Edit Human Embryos For The First Time
UK Scientists Edit Human Embryos For The First Time
UK Scientists Edit Human Embryos For The First Time
UK scientists have edited the DNA of human embryos for the first time, helping them further understand infertility and miscarriage.
UK Scientists Edit Human Embryos For The First Time
FDNA Teams up With Some of the World's Top Genetic Labs
FDNA Teams up With Some of the World's Top Genetic Labs
FDNA Teams up With Some of the World's Top Genetic Labs
Several of the world’s top genetic testing labs are intergrating FDNA's next-generation phenotyping technologies into their workflow.
FDNA Teams up With Some of the World's Top Genetic Labs
Building The Healthcare Blockchain
Building The Healthcare Blockchain
Building The Healthcare Blockchain
Decentralised databases hold the key to one day revolutionising medical records, but the healthcare industry is preventing it from happening.
Building The Healthcare Blockchain
Genetic Engineering Could One Day Kill or Save Humanity
Genetic Engineering Could One Day Kill or Save Humanity
Genetic Engineering Could One Day Kill or Save Humanity
Could the technology we have developed to design viruses and vaccines one day be used to kill us? The answer boils down to who is in control.
Genetic Engineering Could One Day Kill or Save Humanity
Breast and Ovarian Cancer DNA Test Lowers Price During Awareness Months
Breast and Ovarian Cancer DNA Test Lowers Price During Awareness Months
Breast and Ovarian Cancer DNA Test Lowers Price During Awareness Months
Genetic testing company Color has announced that it will be reducing the price of its new BRCA Tests, in conjunction with two cancer awareness months.
Breast and Ovarian Cancer DNA Test Lowers Price During Awareness Months

Latest News

Building The Healthcare Blockchain

Decentralised databases hold the key to one day revolutionising medical records, but the healthcare industry is preventing it from happening.

Magazines

The Short Read

Webinars & Media

DNA Doesn’t Look Like What You Think

The iconic double-helix structure was captured by Rosalind Franklin in the 1950s, however, this popular visualisation only tells part of the story of DNA.

Festival of Genomics Boston

In the Press

FLG Blog

Educate Yourself