Our DNA contains tens of thousands of individual genes that encode vital information responsible for the biological activities necessary for life. Most tissues in our body carry out very specialized processes which ultimately require that specific subsets of genes are used in the right place and at the right time. Join Professor Klose to learn […]
Emma Brown looks at how new genetic research on the mysterious and fragile world of the American eel might help conservation projects
Reza Rezaei Javan investigates syncytins – viral genes that are essential for our survival
Tom Gordon argues in favour of having our genome sequenced and Faiza Peeran argues against.
Mutations are ticks on the molecular clock, and can now be used to measure evolutionary distances
Is there an awkward relationship between open source and patents? …
Will patents, especially gene patents, restrict new research and innovation? …