Global Gene Corp and the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health have launched a first-ever beacon for Indian genomics data
Genetics vs Genomics: is there a difference?
Genetics vs Genomics: is there a difference?Genetics and genomics are two words that get thrown around a lot in news coverage and scientific reports. But what is the difference?
Beacon for Indian genomics launched in the UK
Beacon for Indian genomics launched in the UKGlobal Gene Corp and the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health have launched a first-ever beacon for Indian genomics data
Harnessing metabolism for precision medicine
Harnessing metabolism for precision medicineJohn Ryals, PhD, President and CEO of Metabolon, explains how metabolites can be a powerful precision medicine ally, for both researchers and clinicians
A small number of biotech firms could hold sole control for the future of CRISPR innovation
New delivery technique used to create a glowing adult mouse potentially opens the door for in vivo gene therapy
Patients facing grim outlook from treatment-resistant disease now thriving thanks to new genomic testing of biopsy samples
21-gene expression assay could reveal which women will benefit most from chemotherapy in the early stages of breast cancer
USPTO upholds Broad Institute patents for CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing, a substantial blow UC Berkeley attempts to overturn them
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This issue of the magazine brings us face to face with some of the key note speakers from Festival of Genomics London 2017
This issue of the magazine takes us to to the frontiers of bioinformatics and the applications that will make precision medicine a reality
A new world of genomic research, featuring Atul Butte, Roger Lasken, Stephen Kingsmore, and the genomics capital of the world
The Short Read
Hayley Robinson shares some of the challenges in bringing advanced molecular diagnostics to healthcare, with the slower pace of policy
Brendan gives us an insight on how it is working at the leading secondary analysis start-ups out there. Ever heard of Genomics Coffee Club?
Computational biologist Manuel Corpas shares his experiencing making the most of massive genomic datasets for human discovery
Kristen Sund shares some of the challenges and triumphs involved in bringing genomics into healthcare practice at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Eric Topol, once named a ‘Rock Star of Science’ by none other than GQ magazine, shares his vision for a genomic, digital future of healthcare
Hannes Smárason, COO of WuXi NextCODE, shares some of the challenges facing big genomic data, and why a little grit goes a long way
From the Community
John Ryals, PhD, President and CEO of Metabolon, explains how metabolites can be a powerful precision medicine ally, for both researchers and clinicians
Toby Hannam from Incisive Health reflects on a Festival of Genomics notable for the absence of a leading politician
Dr Keith Bradnam reports on what the genomics revolution means for routine medical care, and for cancer research in particular
We round up the international media responses to the National Academy of Sciences consensus report on human genome editing
Valentine’s Day is around the corner and whether we like it or not, scientists have done research on that too. Can science be applied to love?
Trying to stay politically neutral is getting tougher and tougher at FLG, but everyone now and again we need to get serious. This time, it’s immigration.
In the Press
DNA, the stuff of life, may very well also pack quite the jolt for engineers trying to advance the development of tiny, low-cost electronic devices
Creating smart ‘intelligent’ drugs could become a reality following the development of a DNA computer capable of detecting antibodies in the blood
Gene therapy shows significant progress for restoring muscle strength and prolonging lives in dogs with an incurable, inherited neuromuscular disease
New tool analyses an often overlooked aspect of cancer genetics that might offer new therapeutic approaches for ovarian cancer and other malignancies
Why do some people get Type 2 diabetes, while others who live the same lifestyle never do?
Genetic predictors of normal prostate-specific antigen levels in healthy men could improve the accuracy of PSA-based prostate cancer screening tests
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Genetics and genomics are two words that get thrown around a lot in news coverage and scientific reports. But what is the difference?
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