A team of scientists have discovered that an Indiana Amish community hold the key to living 10% longer, all thanks to a copy of a genetic mutation.
The First Ever Anti-Ageing Genetic Mutation is Discovered
The First Ever Anti-Ageing Genetic Mutation is DiscoveredA team of scientists have discovered that an Indiana Amish community hold the key to living 10% longer, all thanks to a copy of a genetic mutation.
A Cancer Vaccine Has Been Injected Into a Patient for the First Time
A Cancer Vaccine Has Been Injected Into a Patient for the First TimeModerna Therapeutics has began taking the steps to produce a cancer vaccine based on the growing volume of research on messenger RNA (mRNA).
Scientists Present Novel Method to Destroy Any Protein in Any Kind of Cell
Scientists Present Novel Method to Destroy Any Protein in Any Kind of CellScientists have succeeded in developing a method to target a cell's DNA or RNA, to shut down the production of a protein.
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Gene Therapy Slapped $1 Million Price Tag as it Becomes a Reality
Gene Therapy Slapped $1 Million Price Tag as it Becomes a RealityThe first gene therapy for an inherited condition is approaching the US market, and companies are getting ready for the bidding war.
Moderna Therapeutics has began taking the steps to produce a cancer vaccine based on the growing volume of research on messenger RNA (mRNA).
The first gene therapy for an inherited condition is approaching the US market, and companies are getting ready for the bidding war.
Computer modelling predicts that releasing even a few edited organisms as part of a gene drive will lead to the edits becoming more invasive and wide-spread than intended
The two FDA-approved manufacturers of the vaccine, hit by an unexpected spike in demand, have had difficulty keeping pace.
In an attempt to make precision medicine the next mainstream, China are leading the way with Artificial Intelligence (AI).
What to Watch Out For At AMP
Bioline has developed a ready-to-use, lyophilization-compatible qPCR mix, the SensiFAST Lyo-Ready No-ROX Mix.
Intermountain Precision Genomics leverages the power of next-generation sequencing and state-of-the-art genomics to enable translational research.
Translational Software has co-developed a pediatric pharmacogenomics (PGx) solution to help determine safe and effective medication prescribing and dosing.
Can artificial intelligence rescue precision medicine?
Integration of precision medicine technologies and building competencies to provide personalized medicine are essential for the future of healthcare.
Patrick Short explores ‘the secret’ to healthy ageing, and whether genetics can lead us to a fountain of youth.
The Short Read
We caught up with patient advocate Karen Keeley ahead of Festival of Genomics London 2018.
Writer Carl Zimmer has a gift for getting to the heart of the big issues of science, and for communicating with both scientists and non-scientists alike.
Maciej Maselko tells us about the troubles with public opinion of GMOs and how synthetic incompatibility may be the answer
Webinars & Media
A discussion of the technology that is in use today that allows Metabolon to carry out n of 1 studies that enable precision medicine, as well as future technology.
Looking at applications for the MinION in new molecular approaches for the taxonomy characterization of microbial communities aiming resolution at species and strain level.
Overcoming challenges of transferring large data to and from the Cloud, while achieving maximum data transfer efficiency, reliability, and security.
Magazines and Educational Guides
In this issue of the magazine we tackle infectious disease, whilst taking a look at what AMP 2017 has on offer this year in Salt Lake City, Utah.
In this issue of the magazine we head to Orlando, Florida, for the largest genetics meeting in the world: welcome to ASHG 2017.
This free guide will introduce you to some of the most important features for genomicists in the cloud.
In the Press
Scientists have succeeded in developing a method to target a cell’s DNA or RNA, to shut down the production of a protein.
Molecular ‘detector’ recognizes most frequent cancer-mutation in cells and initiates to kill them.
Fabric Genomics Announces expanded oncology solution, extending somatic cancer analysis to clinical labs.
Why are pluripotent stem cells that have mutations to block the production of microRNAs unable to differentiate?
Machine learning could potentially enable researchers to detect drug effects that would be missed entirely by conventional statistical tests.
FDA has accepted for review the NDA for dasotraline, a novel dual-acting DNRI being evaluated for the treatment of ADHD in children, adolescents and adults.
Artifical embryos, databases offering clues on who likes beer, self-destruct switches in mosquitos and infectious disease…
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Does genomics have the power to revolutionise infectious disease control? We have brought together a panel of experts to answer just that.
This new whitepaper describes the key attributes of absorbance and fluorescence quantification methods, when to use each and when to use both.
ctDNA is making big advances within cancer diagnostics, so we gathered together a panel of experts to discuss the full potential.