Advances in genome sequencing technologies have made it increasingly quick and cheap to generate data on the entire sequence of the human genome. This has led to the prediction that sequencing will become available as a ‘once-only’ test at the start of life.
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- Animals and research
- Artificial wombs (Ectogenesis)
- Biotechnology and globalisation
- Building genomes from scratch
- Citizen science
- In-vitro derived gametes and embryos
- Innovative therapies
- Nagoya protocol
- Predicting phenotype from genotype
- Social egg freezing
- Sports science
- Suppressing the extra chromosome in Down’s syndrome
- The human/technology frontier in health and social care
- The human/technology frontier in the wider context