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!
Our roundup of all the latest opinion on the 21st Century Cures Act as it passes from a successful vote in the House to a vote in the Senate
Here the Bundle comes again, “whispering words of wisdom”, in honour of the late, great Beatle George Harrison
Patients, and patient advocacy groups, are becoming more and more active partners in medical research
Today may be Cyber Monday for the rest of the world, but for us Bundlers, every day is about Genomics
Happy Thanksgiving! On this day of family and reflection, I’m thankful for having the cool job of putting together bundles for you guys
Welcome to our first regular roundup of the genomics blog land. There are some seriously talented people out there, and luckily many of them have blogs!
Happy Thanksgiving to our US friends. Anyone out there eating a CRISPR turkey?
Scientists from The Scripps Research Institute may have figured out why festive feasting inevitably leads to a festive food coma
It’s the beginning of the week yet again, and this might be a busy week for our US friends who are gearing up to celebrate Thanksgiving!
Writing for The DNA Exchange, Laura Hercher explores the potential consequences of Election 2016 for the work and practice of genetic counselling
To get you in the weekend spirit, here is our usual roundup of news from the world of genomics and science that caught our eye this week
The Queen tries her hand at genome sequencing during the official opening of The Crick Institute in London
Educational genomics looks at the role of genetic variation on how we learn. Could existing genetic databases be harnessed for precision education?