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Genetics Unzipped: Food for the future: Helping plants adapt to a changing world

Posted by , on 5 October 2023

We’re finding out how plants adapt to a changing environment, and how we might be able to give them a helping hand.

Patterning the butterfly wing through Wnt signaling

Posted by , on 31 August 2023

Read the story behind the paper from Tirtha Das Banerjee and Antόnia Monteiro about Wnt signaling in setting up butterfly wing patterns.

Genetics Unzipped: GMO or GM NO? The ethics and realities of genome editing

Posted by , on 9 March 2023

We're exploring the ethics and regulations of genome editing. What is allowed? What shouldn't be? And who should get to decide? Plus we explore a new exhibit on the topic ...

PhD and 3year-POSTDOC calls OPEN to come to University of Barcelona

Posted by , on 12 January 2023

Our lab is seeking PhD and POSTDOC candidates to apply to various calls that are NOW OPEN, so hurry up and do not miss any of these opportunities and contatct ...

Genetics Unzipped: Squid Game

Posted by , on 19 May 2022

In the latest episode of the Genetics Unzipped podcast, Dr Sally Le Page takes a deep dive into the world of squid.

Genetics Unzipped podcast: Making better medicines - unlocking the promise of genomics for drug discovery

Posted by , on 22 April 2021

We’re finding out how researchers are unlocking the information hidden within the human genome to develop better medicines.

Genetics Unzipped podcast: A brief history of CRISPR

Posted by , on 8 April 2021

We’re taking a look at the history of gene editing, from the early days of restriction enzymes in the 1960s through to the CRISPR revolution and the very latest base ...

Genetics Unzipped - The future is now: Curing HIV, advancing CRISPR therapies, predatory phages for superbug infections

Posted by , on 7 November 2019

Exploring the latest advances in health technology such as CRISPR-based gene therapies, infection-fighting bacteriophage and a cure for HIV.

CRISPR-Cas9 – what’s left to know?

Posted by , on 8 August 2019

This post was originally posted on the MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine’s blog Dominic Owens, PhD student in the De Bruijn group at MRC MHU, recounts how puzzling results and a fortuitous ...

CRISPR babies: a view from the centre of the storm

Posted by , on 8 February 2019

This article by Robin Lovell-Badge, published this week in Development, gives a front-row view of the CRISPR babies scandal from last year. When the story broke, we collated reactions from ...

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