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Machine Learning Applications in Genomics Webinar 2nd Dec, 1-2pm – book now

Machine Learning Applications in Genomics Webinar 2nd December, 1pm-2pm (UK time), Zoom Supercomputing Wales is a £16m programme of investment, part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Welsh Government, to provide university research teams access to powerful computing facilities to undertake high-profile science and innovation projects within the consortium universities – Cardiff… Read more »

New £15m genomics facility for Wales is given go ahead

    Cardiff University’s Wales Gene Park is to partner with three organisations to develop a new £15.3m state-of-the-art genomics facility in the Welsh capital, it was announced today. Genomics Partnership Wales has been granted Welsh Government approval to develop the centre at Cardiff Edge Life Sciences Park in Coryton. Wales Gene Park, which is… Read more »

SWAN UK CYMRU LAUNCH

Families in Wales affected by undiagnosed and rare conditions to be better supported thanks to a three year project funded by the National Lottery Community Fund in Wales. About SWAN UK SWAN stands for ‘syndromes without a name’. It is not a diagnosis, but a term used to describe a genetic condition so rare it… Read more »

Dafydd’s story – Rare Disease Day 2021

Louise Wilkinson – Rare Disease Advocate and Genomics Partnership Wales Patient and Public Sounding Board Member – shares her family’s personal experiences of her son Dafydd’s rare condition and diagnosis through genomic testing.  Dafydd – One in a Million Dafydd was a happy smiley baby and despite a difficult birth (born 2 weeks early by… Read more »

UK’s Rare Diseases Framework published

Genetic Alliance UK welcomes the publication of the UK’s Rare Diseases Framework and looks forward to working with the four nations of the UK to help deliver its aims. This is once again an almost unique piece of health policy in that it represents a commitment from the UK’s four health ministers to deliver a… Read more »