Goldfish can survive the winter freeze using a genetic trick that allows them to convert lactic acid into alcohol.
The immune system can be programmed to attack cancer, but it doesn't always work, and doctors work out why.
Researchers are using DNA as a storage system for digital information.
Gene therapy is a hot topic, but how do scientists get genes into cells?
Researchers have edited DNA in human embryos more efficiently than ever before.
There's a huge release of new genetic data from the UK Biobank
Finding associations between proteins provides new clues for dementia
Is dementia risk genetic?
By looking at the genomes of thousands of babies, scientists have discovered a genetic association with preeclampsia.
Scientists are turning to genetics to solve one of the most pressing problems affecting UK trees today - infectious...
Bees are providing exciting genetic information as well as delicious honey.
Visual artist Andy Lomas is using Unreal - a virtual reality gaming engine - to turn scientific data into 3-...
A new art-science collaboration is bringing chromosomes to life.
We meet the UK’s leading experts on cancer genetics, to find out where we’ve come from in terms of understanding the...
Is there a way to lower your risk of cancer by changing your genes?
How do your genes affect your chances of getting cancer?
The battle of the sexes starts with imprinted genes in the womb.
Kat Arney reports back from the Genetics Society, BSBD and BSCB Spring meeting.
From epigenetics and imprinting to trees and bees, here are highlights from the joint Genetics Society, BSDB and BSCB...
Opossums have an unusual way of sorting out their sex chromosomes.
Are we giving DNA a little bit too much credit?
Are employers allowed to use your genetic information against you?
Who can get hold of your DNA information, and what can they do with it?
DNA tests can reveal your ancestry, as well as any skeletons your family may have in the closet!