Trust is critical to virtually everything we do in life, wherever in the world we are. We trust that when … More
An Important Era for Socialising the Genome
Genomics, Public Trust and Engagement “Genomics” – a scientific term previously considered most relevant to scientific research, is now a … More
Future of Genomic Research at Risk Without Greater Public Trust in How Genetic Data is Shared, Survey Finds.
The largest ever survey on global public attitudes towards genomic research and data sharing suggests that work is needed to … More
Genomics and big data — who do we trust?
Genomic data is being produced in ever greater quantities, whether within our health services, in academic research projects, or by … More
New Public Dialogue Highlights Hopes and Concerns for Genomic Medicine in the UK
A major new report based on a public dialogue around genomic medicine was launched last week. A Public Dialogue on … More
Articulating the contract between science and people: DNA data sharing
A new deal on data: are you with us? For most of us it is hard to unpick the various … More
Legal duty to share genetic information goes to trial
By Vicky Chico and Anna Middleton Following on from our previous blog on the legal duty to share genetic information, … More
Legal duty to share genetic information? ABC v St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust
Guest blog by Dr Vicky Chico, Legal Consultant, Society and Ethics Research Group, Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridge Yesterday myself and … More
DNA and Big Data: be part of the conversation
The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH) and the Wellcome Genome Campus have launched a new project to explore … More
Cinema Magic for Engagement with Genomics
This guest blogpost comes from Jon Roberts, genetic counsellor and PhD student at KCL and Wellcome Genome Campus. Jon is … More
Socialising the Genome – how do we start a conversation about genomics?
How easy is it to strike up a conversation about genomics? Geno-what? Does the average person on the street know … More
Largest survey of public attitudes shows perceived value of genomic data
We made it! Finally, the main set of results from our survey (opposite) have been published. Below is the press … More