RetroSense Therapeutics begin clinical-safety trials for optogenetic vision disorder treatment, with potential to kick start new therapeutics
A study of 6,000 individuals has identified four genes that control the shape of the human nose
Newly published genome sequence reveals clues to the evolution of the giraffe’s long neck
Space and microgravity provides a unique environment to study cell processes, and is helping an promising new cancer treatment become a reality
Four grants, totaling $15 million, have been awarded to four research projects by the NIH
The White House launches half a billion dollar mission to map the entire microbiome of planet Earth.
BRCA mutations are most commonly associated with increase breast cancer risk in women, but we shouldn’t ignore it in men.
Sparks is a children’s medical research charity helping children and families. In 2016, they celebrate 25 years as an independent charity.
NASA announce nine new planets that could sustain life.
The world reacts to the news that Google has been given extensive access NHS patient data
UK e-Health Week closed with NHS England Chairman, Professor Sir Malcom Grant CBE, explaining why genomics and data are crucial for UK healthcare.
president and CEO of Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine at Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego
AstraZeneca announce a powerful commitment to genomics-led drug development
Craig Venter and a team from the JCVI have created the smallest genome needed for functioning life.
Cheaper genomics is here, and it comes with an app.