The Economist argue that approving a (thus far) unproven drug for Duchenne muscular dystrophy sets a worrying precedent
A look at some of the big questions being asked, the people behind the conditions, and a reminder to not fall for all the hype, all of the time
To mark World Mental Health Day, the Wellcome Trust interviewed mental health researcher Andrew McIntosh
This week we’re looking at the Nobel Prizes, the future of a Mars colony, and the controversy caused when prescription meds and fashion collide
New genetic test promises to tell you how well you are ageing based on the length of your telomeres
Theranos, 23andMe, and Zenefits: why are medical startups still struggling?
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
Ever wondered what a day in the life of a cytogenomicist in a genomic healthcare nirvana looks like?
We can all visualise what genomic healthcare could look like in the future. Getting there is the big mystery. One organisation is facing that challenge head on.
Oh, it’s that time again… from precision oncology to the Million Veteran Program, enjoy our pick of week’s best science bits!