Clinical trial data suggests nerve growth factor injected into the brain rescues neurons damaged by Alzheimer’s disease.
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.
$7.7 million Single Cell Genomics Centre will study genetic changes within individual cells for a more precise view of cellular mechanisms.
A look at the remarkable experience that the Shenal family had with Greenwood Genetic Center, and how their relationship continues today.
Boston-based clinical screening company receives European seal of approval for breast and ovarian cancer test
Precision Medicine Initiative calls on healthcare organisations to contribute case studies of precision medicine in action.
DNA from 9,000 women used to identify two new genetic regions associated with polycystic ovary syndrome
Richard Wintle explores the history of modern genome sequencing, from the Human Genome Project to the cutthroat high throughput industry of today.
A look ahead to the workshops at Festival of Genomics California.
Reprogramming damaged retinal cells to detect light again could form basis of a general gene-therapy for blindness.
New BBC radio series FutureProofing explores the impact of synthetic biology, with input from Jennifer Doudna and Craig Venter