30.01.17 Sharon Peacock and Claire Chewapreecha reveal how the bacterium responsible for Melioidosis has spread across the globe.
20.12.16 Arthur Talman explains how his field work in Mali could help understand the behaviour of malaria parasites.
26.09.2016 Dr Yali Xue shares her hopes and dreams of using the world’s genomes to understand our evolution and migration out of Africa
29.06.16 Sascha Steinbiss & Thomas D. Otto explain how this new software tool and web server will allow people to compare parasite genomes more effectively
22.06.16 Past migrations within sub-Saharan Africa revealed in a post by George Busby
25.05.16 Personalised medicine is the promise of genomic research, but to make it a reality will take a community of researchers, clinicians, healthcare workers, policy makers and patients, Sarion Bowers explains
05.05.16 Hilary Browne explains how growing previously ‘unculturable’ microbiota helps determine the role of bacteria in human health
Editing the genome is a grand endeavour. Discussions on the aims and regulation of genome editing need to reflect the opinion of both scientists and the public. Sarion Bowers explains.
Anna Middleton explains how bringing together an Advertising Executive, a Genetic Counsellor and the power of Internet Videos is tackling the issues of Gnomes in the Genome
07/03/2016: Roberto Amato shows how mutations in the malaria gene kelch13, associated with artemisinin resistance in Southeast Asia, are far less common in Africa.