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Feature | 10 min READ
So you want to do a PhD degree, huh? Here we've got everything you need to know about getting started.
Quick read | 3 min READ
How do you spot a polecat-ferret hybrid, and what can we learn about disease immunity from baby koalas?
Not everyone has a 'classic' route into a scientific career, proving that it’s never too late to change your career path.
Quick read | 5 min READ
We host our “miRNA Workshop 2016” to train early-career bioinformaticians from across the globe how to analyse small RNA data generated by next generation sequencing for both animal and plant research.
Feature | 8 min READ
Why bother sequencing other species, when we already have an almost-complete human genome readily available?
Feature | 5 min READ
Katie Barr tells us what she thinks may lie in store for those starting out in the world of coding.
Swapping science for savoury - let’s appreciate the cultural significance of a crop that acts as a staple food for half of the people on Earth.
Opinion | 5 min READ
Just how did genome sequencing change so rapidly? From sloshing around in radioactive material to high throughput advanced genomics.