Gain insights from the world’s leading precision medicine initiatives, hear advances in predictive modeling, and how a working internet of DNA improves clinical validation
Join the Genomes for Breakfast ASHG Workshops
Join the Genomes for Breakfast ASHG WorkshopsGain insights from the world’s leading precision medicine initiatives, hear advances in predictive modeling, and how a working internet of DNA improves clinical validation
Viral immunotherapy gets green light for the NHS
Viral immunotherapy gets green light for the NHST-VEC, a viral immunotherapy for inoperable melanoma, has received UK approval from NICE for use in the National Health Service
Genome editing requires "urgent ethical scrutiny"
Genome editing requires "urgent ethical scrutiny"The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has called for urgent discussion of genome editing and its ethical implications
What to look out for at ASHG 2016
October is creeping up on us, and this can only mean one thing: the world’s largest genetics show will be rolling into town once again
What does a content manager’s day at the Festival of Genomics look like? You’re about the find out…
T-VEC, a viral immunotherapy for inoperable melanoma, has received UK approval from NICE for use in the National Health Service
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has called for urgent discussion of genome editing and its ethical implications
A baby boy conceived using mitochondrial donation, a technique that incorporates DNA from three people, has been born to parents in the US
Color Genomics announce investment round of $45M led by General Catalyst with participation from the U2 front man
Dr Fredrik Lanner is studying early embryogenesis, using CRISPR/Cas9 to expose the function of different genes
Genome of the world’s largest bony fish may explain fast growth rate and large size
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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.
Join us in the biotech classroom for how to spot a bad clinical trial; how to resurrect a mammoth; and a cautionary tale…
‘Tiered protection’ of sensitive health-related data could facilitate responsible data sharing
Could the solution for the symptoms of ageing actually lie within us all?
Google DeepMind host patient engagement forum pledging to work in closer partnership with the public. But not everyone is convinced
Mad Max: Fury Road: An action movie franchise that leaps straight out of the history books to give you an outrageous look at how the world could end up
Beat the post-Festival of Genomics blues with our regular Friday roundup of internet fun
Webinars, Videos and More
New episode of Signal podcast calls shenanigans on the tactics that drug companies use to stay ahead in the market
From improving vaccines to modifying crops to solving crimes, DNA technology has transformed our world
Self-driving cars were just the start. Kenneth Cukier explores the future of big data-driven technology and design
Neville Sanjana of the New York Genome Center takes us through some of the exciting research opportunities made available by gene editing
We get into the world of the single cell with Roger Lasken, Director of Single Cell Genomics at the J. Craig Venter Institute
There’s a revolution happening at Rady Children’s Hospital, as whole genome sequencing sweeps into the clinic
As founder of three different data-driven companies, Atul Butte knows a thing or two about biotech entrepreneurship
If you thought all Illumina did was try to make sequencing genomes as fast and cheap as possible, you were wrong. Christian Henry explains…
Merja Mehto from Thermo Fisher Scientific takes us through the intricacies of sample preparation, the crucial first step in molecular science
In the press
Overcoming the blockade in blood cell differentiation has promising effects in cellular and animal models
Assessing the cell ‘ecosystems’ at sites where ovarian cancer has spread round the body strongly predicts the chances of surviving from the disease
Results suggest a role for blood vessels themselves in controlling blood pressure
Straight out of San Diego, California, comes next-generation mapping for structural variations in the genome
What underlies disruptive scientific advancement? Marc Hogenbirk of Bluebee makes the case that many advances are driven by the availability of data
Luke Hickey, senior Director of Human Biomedical Sequencing at PacBio, explores the discoveries that teach us a little more about genomes and genetic code
Paldeep Atwal, Medical Director at the Mayo Clinic takes a look at what genomic medicine actually looks like, and what will get us there
Upon completion of the human genome project we were promised a change in the way our drugs were developed. How has the genomic era changed drug development?
First there was the Human Genome Project. Now scientists have met behind closed doors in Boston to discuss the next step: the synthetic human genome