Our ‘War on Cancer’ issue of the magazine, featuring interviews with Aubrey de Grey, Nazneen Aziz, Dan Koboldt and Carl Zimmer.
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.
Ahead of the AACR Annual Meeting 2016, we explore the history of the Association, and what to look forward to in New Orleans this year
Find out how long-read sequencing is being applied to research and diagnostics in cancer, with PacBio and experts from the field
10,000 exomes available to autism researchers over regular internet connection
European Union grants CE IVD Marking for flagship Bio-Rad in vitro diagnostic system
From the X-Files to DNA apps, here’s what we’ve been enjoying this week from the internet of science MIT Technology Review: 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2016 You might argue that it’s a little premature to be making these kind of tech round-ups when we’re barely into March, but as always MIT Tech Review have hit on some […]
We chat with AboGen Co-Founder and CSO Stephen Andrews
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We asked and you responded: the future of precision medicine lies in open data
Multi-omic data from NASA twin study has implications for life in space and on Earth
How can we involve patients in the research that will affect their lives?
Laboratory will be the first with national-level specialisation in precision medicine applied to blood transfusion
We chat with James Sietstra, President of Seven Bridges, about the Cancer Genomics Cloud and enabling collaboration.