[Article published today in the Diario de La Rioja today about the type of tests we are going to perform […]
Author: Manuel Corpas
Happy 30th birthday, Human Genome Project
On October 1st, it will be the 30th anniversary of the start of the Human Genome Project. The Human Genome […]
The Potential of Genomics in the Clinic
That genomics has incredible potential to help diagnose and treat disease is not a matter for debate any longer. As […]
Cambridge Genomics Virtual Meetup [Genomic Medicine] 20th May 2020 19:00 PM BST
It is our pleasure to announce our Cambridge Genomics Virtual Meetup for the month of May (2020) on Wednesday 20th […]
What big data tools are available today to aid in delivering precision medicine to patients?
Up and coming technologies that use high throughput data generation as their core contribution to Precision Medicine.
What is Precision Medicine?
A succinct definition of precision medicine and its relationship to personalised medicine.
The Revolution of Single Cell Sequencing Trickling Right Now
An informal chat with to experts on the Genomics scene from the Cambridge (UK) perspective.
Highlights from #AGBT19
In this podcast, we talk to scientist Albert Vilella, who has been closely following what has been happening in the Twittersphere last week and in particular the renown #AGBT19 event at Marco Island, Florida.
Personal Genomes: Accessing, Sharing and Interpretation #PersGen19 conference – 11/12 Apr 2019 Hinxton, Cambridge
Focusing on opportunities and limitations in personal genetic testing, the benefits of sharing personal genomes, the challenges, resources and technologies to help with interpretation of personal genomes.
6 Reasons Why Healthy Genomes Should Be Sequenced
The ultimate genetic test Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) is considered ‘the ultimate genetic test’  as it is of timeless […]