Does Layla Richard’s leukaemia treatment herald a gene-editing medicine revolution?
Efficiently translating genomic research into the clinic is one of the most important steps in the development of the field. The clinic is where we will see things come to fruition.
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
How did we get from the first observation of chromosomes to helping families? Dr Alka Chaubey explores the major landmarks in the history of cytogenetics
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.
Ahead of Festival of Genomics California we’re taking a look at Axio Research, the biostatistics company with an eye on companion diagnostics.
25 years since the Human Genome Project scientists have broken the $1000 genome and CRISPR gets a simplification upgrade.
Ahead of Festival of Genomics in California, Dr Tom Fowler of Genomics England gave us valuable insight into how to manage a large-scale sequencing project
Mayo Clinic Vice President Gianrico Farrugia, M.D. highlights impacts of individualised medicine during opening keynote at 4th annual Individualizing Medicine Conference.