Scientists have found microchromosomes are the origin of all vertebrate genomes, meaning the human genome is less 'normal' than we thought.
We discover how DNA sequencing machines read genomes with the Ramaciotti Centre for Genomics Deputy Director Dr Helen Speirs at UNSW Sydney.
Scientists need to ask the right questions to make the most of the Big Data revolution, writes Malte Ebach.
When and where did humans split from the apes to become a separate branch of bipeds, asks Darren Curnoe.
The rapid reduction in cost of DNA sequencing has made this one-time fantastical idea an emerging reality, but there are many reasons to be cautious, write Caroline Ford and Orin Chisholm.