April 2017

Sequence Me: The Genomic Arms Race

At the turn of the century The Human Genome Project and Celera Genomes were pitted against each other to become the first group to ever sequence the complete human genome, but while their rivalry held the spotlight another organization was quietly becoming the largest genomics enterprise in the world.



March 2017

CAR T-cell Drug Makers Race Toward FDA Approval

There has been some very promising immunotherapy research in recent years, additional cancer fighting tools may soon be included in the broader oncology arsenal.



February 2017

DNA Data Storage: Nature Does It Better!

Now, the biotech community is recognizing that nature does one more thing better than human innovation has thus far been able to: data storage.



February 2017

Gene Therapy: Why It Matters

Promising strides have been made in gene therapy and for millions of people who suffer from genetic disorders, the hope for a normal life may soon become a real possibility.



January 2017

The Century of Genome Engineering

From the mice whose cataracts were cured to the first-ever undertaking to edit the DNA of human embryos, we take a look at The Century of Genome Engineering.



January 2017

The Great CRISPR Custody Battle.

One of the great genetic engineering game changers is currently embroiled in a heated custody battle.



November 2016

Is a Win for Trump a Win for Pharma?

Where do future uncertainties lie for the pharmaceutical industry? We take a look at the primary factors at play.



November 2016

A systematic approach to maximising the manufacturing quantity and transduction activity of lentiviral vectors

Two factors currently limiting wider development of these approaches are the yield and scalability of lentiviral production systems, and relatively low infectivity in T cells.



October 2016

Building muscles and looking fantastic

Making proteins in mammalian expression systems can be a painful experience so we have come up with a few ways to maximise your protein expression systems.