Latest genetics News

New mammal reference genome helps ID genetic variants for human health
Cornell-bred malting barley has a name: Excelsior Gold
Tree genomics program sequences 300 macadamia varieties to improve productivity and profitability for growers 17 December
Penn State botanists get state grant to study ginseng in Pennsylvania
Personalised nutrition trend shows flaws in one-size-fits-all diets
Study to identify which genes are important in driving genomic risk of coronary artery disease
Edible Marine Snail Now Contains A New Species
Genetic differences important for Alzheimer’s diagnosis
Tree genomics program sequences 300 macadamia varieties to improve productivity and profitability for growers
Embryonic development in a Petri dish
Evenings with Genetics spotlights tuberous sclerosis complex
Tomato could get genetic reboot from wild ancestor
Utilizing Genetic Data Helps Predict Risk of Blood Clots
First-of-its-kind chatbot developed to support genetic counselling
New wheat and barley genomes will help feed world
New wheat and barley genomes will help feed wor
Worm-like, soil-swimming robots to measure crop underworld
Making sense of a universe of corn genetics
BICRA gene provides answers to patients, doctors and scientists
Australia, it’s time to ask for Droughtmaster beef by name
Elephant genetics guide conservation
Predicting preterm births
Evidence against paired brain training and stimulation for older adults
Rice has many fathers but only two mothers
Funds support new brain cancer investigation
Evenings with Genetics – Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
Population Dynamics and Rise of Empires in Inner Asia
Pelvic organ prolapse treatment hurdle overcome
Reproductive health and male infertility expert crowned ESA Life Member
Australian-first for newborn screening
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative supports diversity in Human Cell Atlas project
Book examines Black Jewish indigeneity in South Africa
Winning With Weaners goes online
Crop protection forum – save date
Polled gene testing for a more sustainable herd
Languages and Genes Shed Light on pre-Incan Cultural Development in Central Andes
UW jumps two spots to No. 8 in US News Best Global Universities ranking
A green future for red meat supply chains
Families and researchers work together to shed light on stillbirth and perinatal death
Wheat researchers progress quest for better adapted cultivars
Moles: intersexual and genetically doped
Evenings with Genetics discusses connection between cancer and genetics
Study confirms genetic link in cerebral palsy
Dr. Susan Rosenberg honored with NIH Director’s Pioneer Award
Blockchain technology to enhance industry integrity
RNA analysis at heart of COVID-19 testing
Potential new tool for frost screening in crops
There’s no single gene for left-handedness. At least 41 regions of DNA are involved