We’re getting our hands dirty by delving into the poop-ome – the trillions of bacteria that live inside our guts and make up what’s known as the microbiome.
We find out what happens when two cells move in together, unpack the history of genetic engineering and bleat on about Dolly the Sheep.
We look back over the first 20 episodes of Genetics Unzipped to select some of our favourite bits that you might have missed.
We’re telling tales of sex and death, and exploring the very darkest side of genetics.
Take a trip in a genetic time machine, discovering the origins of ancient human populations and exploring the future of personal genome sequencing.
This survey is now closed. If you missed it but would still like to share your thoughts, just email firstname.lastname@example.org The Node is planning to launch a database of developmental and stem cell biologists. The idea is to help people organising conferences, assembling committees and seeking speakers/referees to identify individuals that might not otherwise have[…]
We’re exploring the dark heart of the genome, untying nature’s shoelaces, and looking back at the discovery of RNA splicing.
In this episode we’re celebrating the Genetics Society’s centenary with past president and Nobel laureate, Sir Paul Nurse.
Of all the charts being ridiculed at WTFviz, many get shamed for their lack of a zero-baseline. When teaching DataViz, zero-baselines are invariably a topic of debate. The rules about zero baselines are necessary are often unclear. Therefore, let’s quickly recap. Bar charts: always show zero When we ecnode amounts by length, as done in[…]
We’re unravelling the story of the double helix, cracking the triplet code, and sketching out a Punnett square.