How do you fit so much DNA into the tiny space inside a cell nucleus? Through some pretty amazing origami, that’s how…
Andrew Pelling, speaking at TED2016, shows how a simple scaffold like an apple could be used to grow low-cost replacement body parts
EpigenomicsNet speak to Professor Peng Jin of Emory University about his work tackling neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative disease
Richard Sever from Cold Spring Harbour chats to Molecular Case Studies Editor-in-Chief Elaine Mardis
Find out how next generation sequencing can change the way we search for disease-linked genetic variants
As June 24 draws closer, the date for virologist Kate Rubins to launch to the ISS, the countdown to DNA sequencing in space has begun
Scottish Comedian Armando Iannucci uncovers some surprising secrets in the human genome in this video from the early noughties
“We don’t want to be sought out because we’re women. We want to be sought out because we’re awesome.”
The latest episode from Signal gets inside the thorny issue of sexism in biotech
At Festival of Genomics London earlier this year, one of the stand out panel discussions focussed on direct to consumer testing
Dr. Brian Athey of University of Michigan Medical School on the role of pharmacogenomics and epigenomics in the treatment of neuropsychiatric disease.
Jennifer Khan speaking at TED2016 on the power of CRISPR to change entire species. What will we use gene editing to change?