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Feature | 5 min READ
What do genes make? With third generation genome sequencing, a lot more than we thought.
Earlier in the year, David Field from the Zoological Society of East Anglia came to speak at EI and posed the question: “Zoos are powerful conservation organisations – fact or fiction?”
How do small pieces of RNA help determine how genes are expressed?
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Aequatus, a bioinformatics tool which adds a new dimension to the study of homologous genes
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Group Leader Neil Hall explains about the work of the Hall Group, which is focussed on researching genomes of microbes and microbial communities.
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Richard Leggett has recently returned from Iceland, where he’s been helping space scientists get to grips with genome sequencing in extreme environments.
BiteBack, led by Mush’ab Nursantio, have a solution to challenge palm oil and save Indonesia’s rainforests. Making cooking oil from mealworms.
Building scientific computing expertise in East Africa with bioinformatics training.
Feature | 8 min READ
Agrospheres is a company developing environmentally friendly nanotechnologies to innovate in-field and industrial applications.