The first carbohydrate biopolymer `sequenced`

DNA and protein sequencing have forever transformed science, medicine, and society.

Scientists one step closer to fully sequencing the salmon genome

Scientists are one step to fully sequencing the genome of the economically important, environmentally sensitive Atlantic salmon species.

Sequencing of frog genome may offer new insights into human diseases

An international team of researchers has cracked the genetic code of an amphibian, the African clawed frog Xenopus tropicali - the latest research aimed at understanding how genes work for potential applications in human health.

Sequencing of frog genome may offer new insights into human diseases

An international team of researchers has cracked the genetic code of an amphibian, the African clawed frog Xenopus tropicali - the latest research aimed at understanding how genes work for potential applications in human health.

Researchers develop faster, cheaper DNA sequencing method

Biomedical engineers have hit upon a way of speeding up genome sequencing by cutting down the amount of DNA required in existing methods, which are costly, time-consuming and error-prone.