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Podcast: Let the light shine—Tackling eye disease with gene therapy

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Researchers are bringing discoveries about the underlying genetic faults that cause eye diseases all the way through to game-changing gene ...
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Podcast: Getting from one generation to the next – the life and work of pioneering embryologist Dame Anne McLaren

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Geneticist Dr Kat Arney reflects on the life and work of Dame Anne McLaren, one of the leading embryologists of ...
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Podcast: The dark connection between cancer research and the eugenics movement

Exploring how the stories of the 'cancer ladies' - Maud Slye and Pauline Gross - intersect with the eugenics movement ...
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Podcast: Out standing in the field – the highs and lows of fieldwork

We talk to the researchers studying genetics and evolution in action, from chasing butterflies up mountains to artificially inseminating kakapos ...
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Podcast: Tracing humanity’s roots: uncovering history and genetic diversity in Africa

We explore the genetic diversity in the birthplace of humanity and discover the cultural and historical stories written in the ...
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Podcast: Twisted history—The true story of how the DNA double helix was discovered

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There's more to the story of the double helix than Watson and Crick. We unwind history to uncover some of ...
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Podcast: Nothing about me without me—The importance of involving patients in genomic research

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Kat Arney discusses why it’s so important to make sure that academic and commercial genomics research studies involve patients and ...
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Podcast: ‘God, what a mess!’—the accidental discovery of genetic fingerprinting

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At 9.05am on the morning of 10th September 1984, geneticist Alec Jeffreys developed an X-ray film that would change the ...
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Podcast: Can you inherit more than half your genes from one parent? Debunking genomic myths and misconceptions

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Is there such a thing as a perfect genome? Kat Arney explores the myths and misconceptions about genetics, genomics and ...
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Podcast: Bird poop, pus, and the Manhattan project—the surprising origins of the genetic alphabet

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Kat Arney explores the origins of the genetic alphabet: A, C, T and G - the four 'letters' that spell ...
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Podcast: ‘How to argue with a racist’—geneticist Adam Rutherford challenges what he calls ‘pseudoscience’ in genetics and politics

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Adam Rutherford explains how to argue with a racist, hunting for the ghosts in the human genome, and recreating the ...
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Podcast: One of the most infamous fakes in biology? How Ernst Haeckel’s disputed embryo images sows confusion about evolution

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Kat Arney takes a closer look at some of the most controversial images in science - Ernst Haeckel's illustrations of ...
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Podcast: The phrase ‘Who’s Your (Grand) Daddy’ has shocking relevance to Jack Nunn, as the Australian geneticist learns of his surprising link to Britain’s most notorious ‘sperminator’

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Consumer genetic tests are becoming widespread - but what happens when an innocent investigation reveals dark family secrets? ...
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Podcast: Why some of the most iconic images and stories depicting evolution are wrong

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Kat Arney tackles the myths and misconceptions around two of the most iconic images in evolutionary biology: the 'March of ...
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Podcast: Latest discoveries in genetics, archaeology reveal early history of the British people

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What's the real story behind the romantic myths about the Celts? And what can modern genetic and anthropological techniques tell ...
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Podcast: Sneaky sheep, substandard stallions and sperm wars

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Stories of sneaky sheep, substandard racing stallions, and news from the front lines of the sperm wars ...
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Podcast: From Jurassic Park to woolly mammoths – is it right to bring back extinct species?

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Geneticist Kat Arney takes a look at the science of de-extinction, asking whether it's feasible - or even ethical - ...
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Podcast: CRISPR advances, HIV cures and a perfect predator for superbugs

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Exploring the latest advances in medical biotechnology including CRISPR-based gene therapies, infection-fighting viruses and a cure for HIV. Plus reflections ...
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Podcast: The untold story of Edith Rebecca Saunders—’mother of British plant genetics’

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We unearth the story of Edith Rebecca Saunders, co-founder of The Genetics Society and the ‘mother of British plant genetics’ ...
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Podcast: Obesity, cancer and gut bacteria—how the microbiome impacts your health

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Get your hands dirty by delving into the microbiome - the trillions of bacteria that live inside our guts ...
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Podcast: Where did GMOs come from? The fascinating history of genetic engineering

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Forget the headlines about ‘Frankenfoods’ - there's a much richer and more nuanced story to be told about the history ...
Podcast: Medical scans boost your cancer risk? Recent research raises troubling questions

Podcast: Medical scans boost your cancer risk? Recent research raises troubling questions

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We explore the latest findings suggesting that low doses of radiation from medical scans may enhance the growth of cancer ...
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Podcast: Overlooked women in science, Huntington’s disease and witch trials. The best of Genetics Unzipped

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Kat Arney selects her favourite stories from the first 20 episodes of the Genetics Unzipped podcast ...
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Podcast: Francis Galton: Brilliant scientist—and eugenics pioneer. How do we address his racist legacy?

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Geneticist Dr Kat Arney explores how Francis Galton's eugenic ideas led directly to some of the 20th century's worst atrocities ...
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Podcast: Should you get your entire genome sequenced? The pros and cons of diving into your DNA

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Given how little we know about how variations in the genome affect health and disease, is direct-to-consumer whole genome sequencing ...
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Podcast: Does the Nobel Prize overlook important scientific achievements?

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Nobel prizes are often seen as the pinnacle of scientific achievement. But are they a fair way of recognizing contributions ...
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Podcast: Nobel prize winner Sir Paul Nurse on his ‘barking mad’ discovery of the genes responsible for cell division

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Leading geneticist and Nobel prizewinner Sir Paul Nurse reveals the audacious experiment that everyone said was crazy ...
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Podcast: Remembering Rosalind Franklin: The overlooked scientist who helped discover the DNA double helix

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Everyone knows that Watson and Crick discovered the structure of DNA. But fewer are aware of the contribution of Rosalind ...