Dr Strange hit the big screen promising a lot, and FLG manging editor Carl Smith went to find out if the movie delivers
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.
Move over post-truth, welcome to the era of ‘alternative facts’. We decided to take an alternate look at some of the facts surrounding gene editing
Open any news source right now and you’ll find a story about “three parent babies”. Here’s our handy guide to all things mitochondrial donation
Happy Friday 13th! Hopefully you are not a sufferer of friggatriskaidekaphobia, a phobia of this rare and unusual day
Which scientists, living, dead, or fictional, would you invite to a dinner party and why? The guest list for the ultimate genomics party looks pretty good!
A festive roundup to cheer you through the final panic purchasing before the holiday season gets underway. Happy holidays!
We want to spread the goodwill, and see how well you’ve been keeping up with the world of genomics, in our first ever FLG Quiz of 2016!
The email BCC can be a tricky beast to work with. As Theranos found out this week, a conversation can seem so secure, until it isn’t
Guest editors Elaine Mardis and Marc Ladanyi involved in special issue of PLOS Medicine with a clinical cancer genomics focus
December has really started off with a kick, and I have to admit that I’m really enjoying the holiday spirit
Genomics innovations, from sequencing to molecular assays, feature heavily in a roundup of top scientific innovations for 2016
Weighing in at a colossal 999 pages, the 21st Century Cures Act is a hefty read. Luckily we have some lighter, but no less interesting, reading for you!