A range of common genetic variants thought to be linked to male pattern baldness has been uncovered by scientists. This is potentially offering an approach to future polygenic prediction techniques.
Scientists from the New York Genome Center have developed a new approach to storing data using DNA, offering a solution to humanity’s data storage crisis
Baylor College of Medicine partners in a half-billion dollar program to deliver whole genome sequencing into clinical research
Cancer detection startup Grail, spun out of sequencing giant Illumina, has closed $900 million out of a planned $1 billion in its Series B financing round
Illumina expands iHope Program into a network of clinical laboratories to extend philanthropic sequencing to diagnose rare diseases
Women in the UK need better information from their private healthcare providers before obtaining non-invasive prenatal testing according to a new report
New study reveals BRCA1 mutation can ‘disarm’ tumour suppression in breast cancer cells, increasing damage from oxidative stress
Emma Walmsley has been appointed as the new CEO of GlaxoSmithKline, becoming the first woman to lead the pharmaceutical giant
International research team identify a previously undiscovered rare disease syndrome in a remote region of Pakistan
Bioengineers at UCSD have developed a new tool to decde the interactions between RNA and DNA molecules
New Repositive Data Collection contains over 6,500 datasets from 9 different data sources, including whole exome data, microRNA’s, and gut microbiota
UK-based genome analysis startup Congenica have announced the completion of a Series B financing round, to the tune of £8M ($10M).
MIODx has signed an exclusive license for two key immunotherapy technologies from the University of California, San Francisco
Study examines a “foraging gene” humans share in common with flies
Early warning signs for Huntington’s disease have been identified in a sheep model of the disease