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The Festival of Genomics and Biodata 2023

After taking things digital for the past 2 years, the UK’s largest genomics event is back – and back to […]

Genomics in Drug Discovery ONLINE – May 2022

Join us for Genomics in Drug Discovery ONLINE, a unique 3-part webinar series, where we explore the role of genetics […]

Characterising the proteogenomic landscape of lung squamous cell carcinoma

A new study has developed the largest and most comprehensive molecular map to date of lung squamous cell carcinoma (LSCC). […]

Multi-omics analysis reveals acute myeloid leukemia metabolic variation mechanisms

Researchers at Kumamoto University have demonstrated that lysine-specific demethylase 1 (LSD1) shapes the variation in metabolic phenotypes seen in distinct […]

Genomics in Drug Discovery & Development

Despite an increase in investment into R&D from biopharma companies, only 5-10% of drugs that enter early-stage clinical trials ever […]

Deep learning in genomics – are we there yet?

As genomic sequencing becomes more routine, handling the sheer volume of data being produced is causing major issues. We must […]

Priority policy actions for AI implementation in genomic medicine

Advances in artificial intelligence, particularly machine learning and deep learning, are offering ever more powerful approaches to genomic analysis that […]

Festival of Genomics and Biodata 2021

The UK’s largest genomics event returns to London on 28th – 29th January 2021. This year’s Festival will have its […]

Deep neural networks for cancer diagnosis and predicting treatment outcomes

Researchers have carried out a study investigating whether deep neural networks can represent associations between gene expression, histology and medical […]

Interview with Seven Bridges: Bill Moss, CEO & Brandi Davis- Dusenbery, CSO: What the future holds for big data

Front Line Genomics recently caught up with Bill Moss, CEO, and Brandi Davis-Dusenbery, CSO, of Seven Bridges to hear their […]