Cancer immunotherapy: predicting outcomes

Today's monoclonal antibody treatments benefit some patients but can be harmful to others; the search for reliable predictive biomarkers is on

Genomics in 2018: 3 key predictions

We asked three wise men and women to tell us what they think 2018 will bring for genomics in healthcare

Molecular memories: is genomics key to a dementia cure?

Dementia is a major healthcare issue in ageing western societies. What do we know about the biological basis of memory that could combat this?

Point-of-care testing in genomics

Rapid advances in technology are revolutionising healthcare. How viable is portable DNA testing?

Food, glorious food and its bitter after taste

As the annual Brussel sprout debate approaches, the difference between those who love or loathe them seems to be determined by our DNA

The challenge of variant classification

Exploring the complex issue of interpretation - can updated standards and guidelines help achieve increased clarity and consistency? 

The life of a cell

From the 17th century to the latest Nobel Prize winner - could we now be closer than ever in our understanding of the building blocks of all life?

Liquid biopsy – a new era in personalised medicine?

Examining the promises and challenges of exciting advances taking place in genetic testing, aiming to improve diagnosis and reduce patient risk

A shot of young blood: from the divine to epigenomics

Exploring the evolution of the blood transfusion, from 17th century experiments to cell rejuvenating potential of new treatments

Genomics and intellectual disability

Looking into the future of genetic testing for developmental disorders and the promise of genomic insight yet to come 

4.50 from Paddington to Genomics

A look at the journey from arsenic and ancient alchemy to modern-day pharmacogenomics

The omics revolution

Genomics is changing medicine, providing insight into diagnosis of cancer and rare disease - but what could other 'omics' sciences reveal?