In the age of genomics, it can be difficult to understand the ins and outs of different types of testing; here we break down four of the most common 

This year’s science festival covers all kinds of genomics-related topics, from jumping genes to microscopic worms. Find out what’s happening near you

Are you looking to amplify your voice online? Following a special event for Faculty members, we've compiled all the key points and top tips

Clinicians returning rare disease results to 100,000 Genomes Project participants can use this handy 2-page guide, with further resources to follow

Our free, flexible and newly updated course explores how it works and how it will be used to benefit patients in the new Genomic Medicine Service

Pancreatic cancer is one of the most aggressive kinds, but new genomics research offers hope for more effective, targeted treatment for patients 

We are inviting feedback on a new competency framework that outlines the key elements required for clinicians to seek consent for a genomic test

Already put to use in the worldwide search for new antimicrobial agents, genomics can also contribute to better targeted treatment 

In the second article covering our recent patient panel event, we consider the issue that both panellists and audience members agreed was most important

Following our insightful patient panel event on 6th March, we explore the importance of preparing for the highs, and lows, of genomic testing

Did you join our genomics quiz on Twitter? It's time to find out all the correct answers and the lucky winner of our Genomics Game

Are you a health professional keen to champion genomics? This free one-day workshop is designed to help you master your voice and amplify your message

Learn about the fundamentals of genomics and its impact on healthcare in our collection of introductory courses

Join the GEP this week and get more familiar with genomics, discover its impact on patients and their families, and make your own genomics pledge

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