Latest genome sequencing News

Research Develops New Tool To Treat Deadly Superbug
Govt Strengthens COVID-19 Preparedness
Control Zone For White Spot Extended To Richmond River
DARING MISSION TO DISCOVER DEEPWATER CORAL ECOSYSTEMS Landmark deep diving expedition uncovers new species in the ‘gin-clear’ Coral Sea
Study Unlocks Mystery Of Marsupial Flight
Using AI To Improve Diagnosis Of Rare Genetic Disorders
New Study Seeks Hereditary Causes Of Childhood Cancer
Treatments tailored to you: how AI will change NZ healthcare, and what we have to get right first
Using generative AI assistant to interpret pharmacogenetic test results
Genetic germline variations influence expression of cancer cell genes
Artificial Intelligence reveals prostate cancer is not just one disease
Could a couple of Thai otters have helped the UK’s otter population recover? Our study provides a hint
New UK Biobank headquarters prepares for construction at Bruntwood SciTech’s Manchester Science Park
Five Ludwig Cancer Research scientists named Fellows of the American Association for Cancer Research
$3m federal government grant supports world-first IVF study
WHO launches guide on whole genome sequencing use as a tool for foodborne disease surveillance and response
Future of cancer is very personal
Belgian delegation wraps up visit with 25 signed agreements in key academic and economic sectors
When cells go boom: study reveals inflammation-causing gene carried by millions
Gene discovery takes aim at hemp nemesis: powdery mildew
Nematode from ice age 14 September
Hundreds of people screened in fight against Tuberculosis outbreak on the APY Lands
From ‘good’ old Kiwi farm dog to ‘great’
Nematode from ice age
DHX9 variations underly wide spectrum of human neurodevelopmental disorders
Variations in gene DHX9 underly wide spectrum of human neurodevelopmental disorders and neuropathy
Tim Baker: In praise of prostate cancer nurses
Fellows recognised with King’s Birthday Honours
New Zealand needs to up its biosecurity game to protect the country from the next devastating pest threat
Primate genome sequencing reveals insight into evolution, biodiversity and applications for human health
Primate genome sequencing studies reveal insight into evolution, biodiversity and applications for human health
Baylor College of Medicine receives NIH funding to study somatic mosaicism
Our tropical fruits are vulnerable to climate change. Can we make them resilient in time?
New insights into preventing malaria
Southern Hemisphere’s largest lab opens in Melbourne’s west
Biotechnologist and Social Scientist honoured in WA Womens Hall of Fame
Got splitting headache? it could be all in your genes
There could be alien life on Mars, but will our rovers be able to find it?
Genetic study: Unexpectedly high variation in T-cell receptor genes between persons
Major genetic study reveals unexpectedly high variation in T-cell receptor genes between persons
Omicron subvariant XBB.1.5 detected in New Zealand
Emerging technologies overshadowed in Senate biosecurity report
Bacterium on International Space Station developing drug resistance
Genome sequencing could curb hospital infection outbreaks
New Technique Helps ID Genes Related to Aging
Genetic analysis key to understanding Legionella risk
Illumina unveils NovaSeq X series to accelerate genomic discoveries
Funding supports vital medical research