We recently spoke to Richard Ashcroft, Professor of Bioethics and Head Deputy of the Department of Law at Queen Mary University to learn more about the importance of addressing ethical questions in the emerging field of genetic engineering. Read on for more.
Spotting an unmet need and coming up with ideas to meet it are essential for the success of a startup. Where your ideas stem from, however, can be completely unrelated to your background and expertise. Dr. Denise Xifara was the guest of Enterprising Oxford recently and here we bring you the story of her, her doctorate in genetics, the Greek financial crisis and her startup Nupinion.
The first SIUFocus event took place in London on April 27th. Our 3 speakers remarked on the power of big data and shed light on how they use artificial intelligence and data science techniques to efficiently use it in healthcare and life sciences research. Here is the summary of what we learned from them during the inspirational event that evening.
We are kicking off the new year with the interview we conducted with Genomics PLC, an Oxford spinout with exciting aims. The company works on uncovering the relationship between human genomic data and disease diagnosis. In this article we bring to you the story of how the company was founded and get advice from the founders for new entrepreneurs.
James explores the origins, development, scientific background and subsequent business activities surrounding the emergence of this tremendously powerful gene editing technique.
In a controversial paper published in the journal Protein & Cell earlier this year, Chinese scientists at Sun Yat-sen University reported the world’s first genomic editing of human embryos