The Dangers of Directly Comparing Clinical Trial Results in the Era of Precision Medicine
The Dangers of Directly Comparing Clinical Trial Results in the Era of Precision Medicine
The Dangers of Directly Comparing Clinical Trial Results in the Era of Precision Medicine
ASCO checkpoint inhibitor battle between Merck and Roche highlights the pitfalls in directly comparing clinical trial results in the era of precision medicine.
The Dangers of Directly Comparing Clinical Trial Results in the Era of Precision Medicine
Precision Medicine Is Showing Significant Signs of Success Across Tumour Types
Precision Medicine Is Showing Significant Signs of Success Across Tumour Types
Precision Medicine Is Showing Significant Signs of Success Across Tumour Types
Precision medicine is showing significant signs of success across tumour types.
Precision Medicine Is Showing Significant Signs of Success Across Tumour Types
The Anti-Cancer Drug That Puts Tumour Cells to 'Sleep'
The Anti-Cancer Drug That Puts Tumour Cells to 'Sleep'
The Anti-Cancer Drug That Puts Tumour Cells to 'Sleep'
Researchers have discovered a new class of anti-cancer drugs that can stop specific cancer cells from proliferating—putting them to “sleep,” potentially permanently.
The Anti-Cancer Drug That Puts Tumour Cells to 'Sleep'
Precision Medicine: A Global Initiative
Precision Medicine: A Global Initiative
Precision Medicine: A Global Initiative
Despite representing over 40% of the global population, Asians are vastly underrepresented in genetic databases contributing around 1%. We take a look at how FDNA, and other key players are changing this.
Precision Medicine: A Global Initiative
CRISPR Creates New Single-Chromosome Species of Yeast
CRISPR Creates New Single-Chromosome Species of Yeast
CRISPR Creates New Single-Chromosome Species of Yeast
Researchers at the Key Laboratory of Synthetic Biology in Shanghai have used CRISPR to create a new species of yeast that only has a single giant chromosome.
CRISPR Creates New Single-Chromosome Species of Yeast

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Precision Medicine: A Global Initiative

Despite representing over 40% of the global population, Asians are vastly underrepresented in genetic databases contributing around 1%. We take a look at how FDNA, and other key players are changing this.

Magazines and Educational Guides

Molecular Diagnostics Report

Read our report on all things Molecular Diagnostics, including some great contributed articles. Need to know about liquid biopsies? Want to know what the current regulatory landscape looks like? Then you’ve come to the right place.

Gene Editing 101: 2018 Edition

Free download: This guide will discuss the gene editing tools currently available and how they can be used to manipulate genomic sequences, as well as the real world applications that put these tools to use.

Cancer Genomics 101: 2018 Edition

Free download: This guide is intended to help you understand how cancers can develop in the body and what forms they can take, as well as taking you through the medical processes of diagnosis and treatment.

The Genome Spot / Webinars

VirION: Towards Long-Read Viral Metagenomics

The study of viral ecology is taking major leaps forward with the use of long-read sequencing and viral metagenomics. On this webinar we discuss how MinION technology is bringing scientists closer to high-throughput single-virus genomics from environmental samples.

Opinions

Young Blood: Magic or Medicine?

Recent scientific studies have claimed that transfusions of blood from teenagers can help delay or reverse the ageing process. Do they stack up?

Educate Yourself

Making Pregnancy Safer

Non-Invasive Pre-Natal Testing (NIPT) has the potential of bringing safer pregnancy testing to the wider NHS, but not without its challenges.

65 Years of DNA

Happy DNA Day! To celebrate, we’ve put together a timeline of some of the major events that have happened in genomics since 1953 – See how far we’ve come!

Front Line Genomics Exclusives

Artificial Intelligence: Friend or Foe?

We are seeking to explore the true story of AI: where are we now, what do we need to overcome, and how should we integrate this technology within the genomics sphere?

Shifting the Patient Paradigm

The Greenwood Genetic Center (GGC) has embarked on a novel program to leverage traditional and emerging genomic technologies, in the search for answers for undiagnosed patients. 

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Weekend Reads

This week: Are the conclusion about ‘alien’ mummy, Ata correct? Where is the African DNA in the search for cures? And is it possible to bury family secrets in the age of DNA testing? 

Weekend Reads

This week: Are we really running out of data storage? And can a deadly infection be genetic? You’ll also get a list of must-reads this summer… 

Weekend Reads

This week: Reversed ageing, pig organs, the future of humankind and citizen scientists using genetics to solve past crimes.