In this issue of the magazine we talk all things sequencing, and preview Festival of Genomics Boston.
Genetically modified skin grafts could soon replace insulin injections for diabetes, after success with the technique in mice.
Helix’s new sequencing platform is designed to turn a one-time genetic donation into a lifetime of insights, all for $80.
Reports of successful genetic modification of human embryos raise questions about how we should react.
Researchers have identified 16 genetic markers associated with a decreased lifespan, including 14 new to science.
A new method carried out by researchers using data mining, could group similar Alzheimer’s patients for more precise drug trials.
Researchers have turned their attention to tumour mutation clusters, to discover clues to the mutagenic processes contributing to various cancer types.