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Q&A: Blockchain-based platform for largest genomic data hub Special

Munich - Shivom, the blockchain-based platform creating the world’s largest genomic data hub, has announced its partnership with SingularityNet, the blockchain-based platform and marketplace for artificial intelligence. Dr. Axel Schumacher explains more.

Funding shortage for synthesized human genome plan

The next-big thing in the world of biological science is an attempt to synthesize the human genome, or what’s being called the ‘Genome Project-write.’ This momentous challenge remains unfunded and it has raised some controversies.

Unpicking the key to better tea through genomics

Scientists have undertaken the monumental task of sequencing the genome of the tea plant Camellia sinensis. Knowing this will help trace back the origins of tea and it might lead to improvements in the taste of the beverage.

Reverse aging? Eliminate disease? Bring back the Neanderthal? Special

New York - Why wait for evolution to act if genetic technology can accelerate the process, especially if it can give us longer and healthier lives? That’s the message the eminent Harvard geneticist George Church wants to get out.

Recoding E. coli to become resistant to all viruses

Harvard - Scientists are close to finishing recoding the Escherichia coli bacterium to work with a different genetic code — one that differs to all other genetic codes on Earth, the organism will have some interesting properties.

Genetic screening set to become big business

Genetics testing is set to become big business and several rounds of investment and deals have taken place, with start-up companies preparing for a rise in the public's interest in predictive genetic testing,

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