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SciArt profile: Giacomo Moggioli

Posted by , on 15 October 2021

Our twelfth SciArt profile of the series features Giacomo Moggioli, a PhD student at Queen Mary University of London studying genomics of deep sea worms

Genetics Unzipped podcast: Genes for all - Making sure everyone benefits from genetics research

Posted by , on 15 July 2021

We meet some of the researchers who are working to make sure that everyone gets the benefits of genetic research - from underserved communities to entire continents.

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: How to be a superhero - The hidden powers within your genes

Posted by , on 11 March 2021

In the latest episode of Genetics Unzipped we’re delving into the science behind so-called 'genetic superheroes', and explaining why you might have hidden powers within your genes.

Genetics Unzipped: The Past, Present and Future of the Human Genome Project

Posted by , on 22 October 2020

In this episode we bring you an in-depth interview with Dr Eric Green, director of the US National Human Genome Research Institute and one of the key instigators of the ...

Mayflies: an emergent model to investigate the evolution of winged insects

Posted by , on 11 September 2020

Winged insects are the most diverse and numerous group of animals on Earth. This great diversity has been possible thanks to the acquisition of novel morphologies and lifestyles. How the ...

Genetics Unzipped: Involving patients in genomics research

Posted by , on 9 April 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: Is there such a thing as a perfect genome? Myths and misconceptions in genomics

Posted by , on 13 March 2020

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

Postdoctoral scientist in Developmental Biology, Imperial College London

Posted by , on 20 February 2020

We are delighted to announce an opening for a postdoctoral scientist to join the Development & Transcriptional Control group, headed by Vicki Metzis. The post, funded by Wellcome and The Royal ...

Genetics Unzipped - How to argue with a racist

Posted by , on 13 February 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.

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