Startups accelerating research into precision cancer therapies and advancing deep learning in healthcare are awarded for innovation.
Jeffrey Reid takes us behind the scenes, providing us with an insight into challenges and exciting developments within computational biology and genomics.
NASA believes that they may have found a solution to one of the biggest challenges facing future missions to Mars.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital has collaborated with FDNA to enable help to improve their understanding of complex disorders.
The Toronto startup looking to use AI to discover new drugs for genetic disorders has landed a $13 million private financing led by Kholsa Ventures.
Several of the world’s top genetic testing labs are intergrating FDNA’s next-generation phenotyping technologies into their workflow.
DNA sequences have been used to trigger significant shape-changing in a hydrogel sample, demonstrating a new way to produce smart medical devices.
Sophia Genetics has raised $30 million in Series D funding in a bid to accelerate its mission of democratising data-driven medicine worldwide.
Using an algorithm, scientists have been able to construct a ‘genetic mugshot’ by linking people’s genetic information to their facial features.