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News / 11.7.18

Online tool can help researchers correct pathogenic mutations and restore genes to healthy stateRead more

News / 11.5.18

Using a new model dubbed DEMETER2, the Broad's Cancer Dependency Map team has compiled the largest dataset of genetic dependencies in cancer to date.Read more

News / 11.9.18
Self-repairing CRISPR cuts, correcting cancer dependency data, ancient American migrations, and more.Read more
News / 11.2.18
Laboratory study suggests that thalidomide-like drugs could be designed to target a broad array of transcription factors, and open a new landscape of cancer drug development.Read more
News / 11.1.18
Researchers identify a molecular strategy that human melanoma cells use to resist immunotherapy, and develop a new approach to combat the resistance in mouse modelsRead more
News / 11.1.18
Study may help predict patient response, reduce treatment resistanceRead more
News / 11.1.18
A subset of intestinal stem cells communicate with T helper cells, which in turn may influence stem cells' state through the cytokines they produce.Read more
News / 10.18.18
New nonprofit will make it possible for cancer patients to engage with researchers and share their information to speed progress against cancerRead more
News / 10.22.18
A deep neural network algorithm called BOTA uses bacterial genomes to identify unrecognized bacterial antigens.Read more
News / 10.19.18
For the first time, researchers provide comprehensive information about the organization and assembly of protein complexes linked to both cancer and neurological disorders.Read more
News / 10.17.18
As a result of years of collaborative investment in training Nigerian scientists, genomic information about Lassa virus enabled public health officials to make real-time management decisions during the 2018 outbreakRead more
News / 11.9.18
Temporary art installation and public talk by Broad artist-in-residence alumna Guhapriya Ranganathan will be held on November 16 at the Broad Institute.Read more
Blog / 11.7.18
In a #WhyIScience Q&A, Samantha Baxter, one of Broad’s in-house genetic counselors, describes her role in the evolving field of clinical genomicsRead more
Blog / 10.19.18
In a #WhyIScience Q&A, Andy Hollinger talks about his role in the Broad Genomics platform, where he connects researchers with the products, services, and scientists needed to accomplish their...Read more