Scientists have developed a novel technique using the CRISPR to insert a new gene into foetal cow genomes to promote resistance to bovine tuberculosis.
Dr Keith Bradnam reports on what the genomics revolution means for routine medical care, and for cancer research in particular
Study of over ten million DNA variations has found links between the human genome and inflammation tracers, and options for treating inflammatory disease
Computational biologist Manuel Corpas shares his experiencing making the most of massive genomic datasets for human discovery
Shark DNA provides tantalizing insights into their ancient and efficient immune systems
The first data from NASA’s Twin Study, fresh from the sequencers, suggests that space could take a significant toll on human DNA