WuXi NextCODE announced as Clinical Interpretation Partner for Genomics England 100,000 Genomes Project.
This Week in Genomics, gene editing dominates the headlines, the FDA gets involved with DTC, and the thorny debates around embryo editing continue
Regulator sends warning letters to companies over direct-to-consumer genetic tests.
WuXi NextCODE’s CLIA laboratory to sequence tumour genomes collected by San Antonio 1000 Cancer Genome Project.
QIAGEN’s new GeneReader NGS System, unveiled at Association for Molecular Pathology 2015 Annual Meeting, aims to simplify clinical adoption of NGS
ACMG make recommendations on LDT guidance
Craig Venter’s company Human Longevity Inc launches genomic-powered clinical research project, Health Nucleus.
Australian High Court follows in the US Supreme Court’s footsteps declaring that genes cannot be patented.
Exciting genomics announcements from ASHG 2015, the Noble Prizes, and a spit test that can predict homosexuality. 67% of the time. In identical twins.
2015 Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded for discoveries in DNA repair
WuXi NextCODE announces partnership with Sidra Medical and Research Center in Qatar to power a project to sequence the genome of every Qatari citizen.
25 years since the Human Genome Project scientists have broken the $1000 genome and CRISPR gets a simplification upgrade.
More industry partners come on board to assist the 100,000 Genomes Project.
Veritas Genetics announce a $1,000 genome sequencing service that will also include interpretation and counselling.
Could CRISPR/Cpf1 be poised to steal the genome-editing crown from CRISPR/Cas9?