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Genetics Unzipped podcast: From one generation to the next – the life and work of Dame Anne McLaren

Posted by on May 21st, 2020

Kat Arney reflects on the life and work of Dame Anne McLaren, one of the leading embryologists of the 20th century.

Genetics Unzipped podcast: Out of Africa – uncovering history and diversity in the human genome

Posted by on May 7th, 2020

We explore the genetic diversity in Africa and discover how researchers can read the cultural and historical stories written in DNA.

Genetics Unzipped: Twisted history – the true story of the double helix

Posted by on April 23rd, 2020

There’s more to the story of the double helix than Watson and Crick. We unwind history to uncover some of the less well-known figures behind the discovery of the structure and function of DNA.

Genetics Unzipped: Involving patients in genomics research

Posted by on April 9th, 2020

We find out why it’s so important to make sure that both academic and commercial genomic research studies are done with rather than on participants.

Genetics Unzipped: The accidental discovery of genetic fingerprinting

Posted by on March 26th, 2020

We take a look at the story of genetic fingerprinting, and some of the earliest cases solved by this game-changing technique.

Genetics Unzipped: Is there such a thing as a perfect genome? Myths and misconceptions in genomics

Posted by on March 13th, 2020

In this episode, we’re taking a look at some of the common myths and misconceptions surrounding genomics and genetic tests.

DanStem Podcast with Uri Manor, Salk inst.

Posted by on March 3rd, 2020

The DanStem podcast team had the privilege to host Uri Manor from Salk Institute for Biological Studies in an inspiring podcast https://lnkd.in/ezVrBNV about deep-learning, image analysis, science communication and a few good tips to junior investigators.  Uri Manor’s primary focus is the integration and application of optical and charged particle detection technologies to study problems[…]

Genetics Unzipped – Poop, pus and the Manhattan Project: how we learned to spell the genetic alphabet

Posted by on February 27th, 2020

The genetic code is written in just four ‘letters – A, C, T and G, short for adenine, cytosine, thymine and guanine. But where did they come from? To find out, we need to go back to the Bird Poop Boom of the 1840s.

Genetics Unzipped – How to argue with a racist

Posted by on February 13th, 2020

Adam Rutherford tells us how to argue with a racist, hunting for ghosts in the genome, and recreating the discovery of the double helix in Lego.

Genetics Unzipped – Fish, facts and fiction – from Haeckel’s embryos to Tiktaalik

Posted by on January 30th, 2020

We’re discovering our inner fish: finding out whether we really do go through a fishy phase in the womb, and looking at the legacy of Tiktaalik, the first fish to walk on land.