What’s CRISPR? Put simply, it’s the next revolution in genetics, and a technology that is and will continue to change our world. … More CRISPRmas!
The role telomerase and your telomeres play in the processes of ageing and in cancerous cells and what modern medical research is doing! … More Anti-ageing, cancer and more!
Here’s a look at the different events on Saturday: food security and gene editing with a bit of everything else in-between! … More Saturday at the World Science Festival Brisbane
I’m here at the World Science Festival Brisbane … and it’s awesomely amazing, full of nerdiness, and a lot of fun! … More Friday at the World Science Festival Brisbane!
Only 1-2% of our DNA actually directly codes for protein and the rest was considered to be junk …. until fairly recently. … More Crash Course in Genetics: Is it all in the DNA?
Your genes vs your actual characteristics.
Confused? Is there a difference? Read on to find out … More Crash Course in Genetics: Genotype vs Phenotype
Why are you the way you are? You might have your father’s eyes, hair and personality, but be the height and build of your mother, or something a little bit different from either. It comes down largely to genetic inheritance … More Crash Course in Genetics: Inheritance
A gene has been traditionally defined as a section of DNA that codes for a protein or function, but modern science brings this belief into question. … More Crash Course in Genetics: The crisis in defining genes
What is a gene? Well … it’s complicated. There’s DNA and base pairs and proteins and some changes in what scientists actually think about it. … More Crash Course in Genetics: What is a gene?