Advancing Accessible ‘Green Science’ With Illumina’s NovaSeq™ X Series
Quicker, more powerful and more sustainable than its predecessors, the NovaSeq X series of sequencers is set to advance genome research and patient care in Asia.
Lenovo Accelerates Genomic Research With The Power Of HPC And AI
Sinisa Nikolic, Asia Pacific Director of HPC and AI at Lenovo ISG tells us how their latest tool can help researchers map the genomes of a cohort of people 188 times faster than before.
New Human Lineage Discovered In Indonesian Cave
By analyzing fossil genetics, researchers have uncovered a new human lineage, expanding the narrative of ancient Southeast Asian populations.
Asian Scientist Magazine’s March 2021 Roundup
Embark on a billion-year scientific odyssey through Asian Scientist Magazine’s top stories from March 2021.
Mapping Ancient Migration In The Philippines
The Philippines' largest-ever DNA mapping study has revealed that climate change spurred at least five waves of migration to the country over 50,000 years.
Peering Into The CRISPR Crystal Ball
CRISPR has come a long way since it burst into the public imagination in the last decade. Here’s a glimpse of the top trends in gene editing for 2020 and beyond.
CRISPR Takes Center Stage
It’s been nearly a decade since CRISPR captured public imagination. As the technology matures, we’ve rounded up some of CRISPR’s most interesting use cases to emerge in recent years.
Our Future With Blockchain – Part 2
With blockchain applications running the gamut from voting to genomics, it’s clear that there’s more potential to be uncovered for this emerging technology.
Two Coronavirus Lineages But Similar Clinical Outcomes, Study Shows
A study has identified two lineages of SARS-CoV-2 stemming from one common ancestor in Wuhan city, both exhibiting similar virulence and clinical outcomes.
Biobanks Reveal The Genes For Long Life
An analysis of over 700,000 individuals has revealed that high blood pressure and obesity are the strongest risk factors for accelerated aging.