Creating smart ‘intelligent’ drugs could become a reality following the development of a DNA computer capable of detecting antibodies in the blood
As the volume and depth of genomic data grows, bioinformaticians are translating genomic data into interpretable patterns leading to new biological insight.
Indivumed and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals have announced a new partnership to support cancer research programmes and provide tissue samples
Brendan gives us an insight on how it is working at the leading secondary analysis start-ups out there. Ever heard of Genomics Coffee Club?
Computational biologist Manuel Corpas shares his experiencing making the most of massive genomic datasets for human discovery
Using The Cancer Genome Atlas scientists have identified novel genomic characteristics of cervical cancer that could be used to target therapies
People with higher levels of education are delaying having children, and are having fewer of them, and this is affecting our genes
IBM Watson Health and Illumina have announced a new partnership to tackle the interpretation of cancer genome data
This issue of the magazine brings us face to face with some of the key note speakers from Festival of Genomics London 2017
On December 20 David Smith of the Mayo Clinic, will take us on a journey into next generation sequencing, and Dyson spheres…
Solution for storing genomic data promises a harmonious blend of both data privacy and accessibility
A new platform for bioinformatics promises to “democratise the genomics revolution” with a user-friendly system for analysis