When it comes to therapeutic treatments, one size doesn’t fit all. Could genomic tests be the key to minimising the harmful side effects of drugs?

A newly published report takes a different approach towards the controversial editing of human genomes

Forget designer babies and novelty pets. The potential for genome editing to improve the health of the general population is already emerging

How do we bring exciting research, exceptional medicine and public opinion to routine clinical practice?


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

In recent years, celebrities have raised the profile of genetic testing - but is all publicity good publicity?

‘Genomics’ is a buzzword for clinicians, but what efforts are being made to engage the public?

 

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

Recent research reveals potential dawn of personalised medicine for neurological disorders might be more than just 'gut feeling'

Wessex Café Scientifique groups are invited to discuss: ‘The 100,000 Genomes Project; would you have your genome sequenced?’ 

New project launched at Cancer Research Cambridge Institute helps to bring medicine based on DNA sequencing to the clinic

New £42m Bridget Ogilvie Building and the Biodata Innovation Centre at the Wellcome Genome Campus in Cambridge is now open

A new dedicated telephone service for current and potential participants will provide information and answer queries

Scientists reveal a permanent ‘footprint’ left on genome from the number of cigarettes smoked in a lifetime

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