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News / 10.28.16
Fresh data and open science initiatives abounded as Broad Institute members and affiliates descended on the American Society of Human Genetics conference floor in Vancouver this year. Read more
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News / 10.27.16
By examining how a family of non-coding RNAs affects gene expression, Broad researchers and colleagues have stumbled across evidence that gene-regulating promoters and enhancers may be two sides of the same coin. Read more
Image by Lauren Solomon, Broad Communications.
News / 10.18.16
Using technologies previously developed at the Broad, researchers have analyzed nearly all genetic variants in the oncogene MAPK1 /ERK2, revealing insights that could inform treatment. Read more
<i>Image by Lauren Solomon, Broad Communications</i>
Press releases / 10.13.16
An ambitious global initiative to create a Human Cell Atlas - a description of every cell in the human body as a reference map to accelerate progress in biomedical science - is being discussed at an International meeting in London this week. Ultimately, the Human Cell Atlas would revolutionise how doctors and researchers understand, diagnose and treat disease. Read more
Blog / 10.4.16
Zika genome data, together with related information about the samples, is being made freely available to the global scientific community to speed Zika research worldwide Read more