The genetic roots of flower colours
Gene therapy holds big promises and big challenges
The future of gene therapy is CRISPR
How many genomes do we need?
Which genes affect which diseases?
Does the future of healthcare lie in our genes?
Our panel of experts de-bunk some suspicious sounding science.
Saving small populations is a big genetic challenge
Can we save the blue-crowned laughing thrush?
Fascinating flowers at this year's JBS Haldane lecture.
It's not just the big mammals that need saving - snails do too!
Matchmaking tigers is a tricky genetic job.
We Brits are rather fond of a bird feeder, but what effect is this having on the UK Great Tit?
Why is the NHS collection 100,000 patient genomes?
Was there anything suspicious found inside a sausage?
What can old viruses tell us about modern infections?
Can we extract DNA from ancient samples?
Can you extract the DNA from a sausage?
What does DNA look like? Find out for yourself...
A rich cultural diversity with matching genetic diversity
School students are busy deciphering the whipworm genome
Is there more to mammals than fur and milk?
What are the ethical issues facing human gene editing?
Could you help unearth hidden antibiotics?