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Feature | 8 min READ
Biology is no longer restricted to the academic lab. Along comes biohacking: a grassroots movement promoting open science & open minds.
The oldest trees have seen it all over millennia, and though their rings tell us their age, their meristems hold the secret to eternal youth.
Podcast | 8 min READ
Dr Pete Bickerton and Ben White give us a rundown of how the Thought For Food Global Summit 2017 unfolded.
Quick read | 5 min READ
Bridging bench-based biology with mathematics and computer sciences.
When it comes to genomes, no matter the size; the more we look, the more we find.So just what is in a genome?
Spanning over 130 countries, 1000 universities and 3000 students, this year’s competition was an intense and exciting affair.
From self driving cars to bioinformatics, we’re helping the machines work out better ways to manage our data and our science.
Feature | 5 min READ
Modern genomics research has brought together two worlds; that of computer science and the world of biological sciences.