Genetics and Genomics

Marie Curie was a Polish-French physicist and chemist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity. Not only was she the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and the only person to win a Nobel Prize in two different sciences, she was the first person and only woman to win twice! Her outstanding achievements include the development...

With a consistently increased understanding of the genome and its integration with human biology comes the opportunity to apply this knowledge to medicine. Clinical genomics, gene therapy, and precision medicine have been able to take information and technological advances from current research and develop treatments targeted for specific disease types and to unique individual needs. The...

For four years running, the Genetics and Genomics virtual conference has attracted some of the most prevalent experts in the field of genetics and genomic technologies. Participants comprise a worldwide combination of scientists and researchers, each bringing their knowledge and the desire to learn to each presentation. The success of the Genetics and Genomics Virtual Conference...

Once again, the LabRoots team is on the road. This week they’ll be exhibiting at the annual American Society of Human Genetics conference in Vancouver, beginning today, October 19th till the 22nd. They will join a myriad of companies sitting on the cutting edge of genetic research.   The ASHG 2016 conference is a leading event for genetics worldwide....

With the Genetics and Genomics 2016 virtual conference now on demand, we are extending the genetics conversation into this month with a new infographic. Epigenetics has been in the news quite a bit lately as researchers have been able to learn more about its process and influences. It turns out that epigenetics is an ever-changing...

Genetics plays a crucial role in the constantly growing and challenging fields of diagnosis and treatment of genetic disorders, infectious diseases and acquired diseases. The LabRoots 4th Annual Genetics and Genomics free virtual conference was a successful event that brought research scientists, post docs, principal investigators, lab directors and other genetics professionals together to learn...

Genetics and Genomics 2016 is scheduled for May 11th and 12th this year. We are excited to bring in some of the world's top experts to present the latest research! This year, the theme of the conference is "Biology to the Clinic," focusing on innovative new tools and technologies in genomics and how these and...

LabRoots is proud to announce the addition of this new feature to our virtual conferences. Get your Poster in front of several thousand scientists and professionals from around the world!     We are excited to bring posters to our virtual events. Posters are a great way for researchers to share their most current results with the global...

Welcome to the New Year! For LabRoots, the New Year brings the launch of our new Trending newsletter by category! Beginning in January, the Trending newsletter will get a face-lift. Our general Trending newsletter will still be coming to you two days per week. In order to offer you added information and news on the...

Scientists have found people’s genes haven’t retained as many fragments of viral DNA as other mammals, maybe due in part to our adoption of tools in lieu of teeth during conquest. Thus, exposure to viruses lurking in the blood may have been lessened. This is not to say people don’t harbor bits of DNA from viruses...