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Senior Writer and Newsroom Team Lead

 at Technology Networks


Molly reports on various scientific topics, covering the latest breaking news and writing long-form pieces. In 2020, she created the Teach Me in 10 video series, where weekly guests discuss and teach a scientific concept in less than 10 minutes. Before joining Technology Networks in 2019, Molly worked as a clinical research associate in the NHS and as a freelance science writer. She has a first-class honors degree in neuroscience from the University of Leeds and received a Partnership Award for her efforts in science communication.


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Industry Insight

“Mastermind” Scientists Help Diagnose Rare Diseases

The Rare Genomics Institute announced on Rare Disease Day 2019 that they had used the Mastermind Genomic Search Engine, a clinical decision support tool by Genomenon, to diagnose a rare disease patient. We spoke to Mark Kiel, MD, PhD, Founder and Chief Science Officer at Genomenon and Romina Ortiz, COO at the Rare Genomics Institute, to learn more about the application of this technology in rare diseases.
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Exploring the Genetics of Sleep

In this article, we explore the scientific research that looks at the links between our genes, why we sleep, and the negative impact a lack of sleep may have.
Industry Insight

Tiny Protein Has Huge Potential in CRISPR

Last year the smallest CRISPR protein, Cas14 was discovered. We spoke to the scientists that made the discovery, Lucas Harrington, at Mammoth Biosciences, to learn more about Cas14.
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Common Anti-fungal Drug Considered for Use in Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a devastating genetic disorder for which no cure is available. Researchers have explored the impact of a widely used anti-fungal drug that is already available on the market in CF models - with promising results.
Industry Insight

Automated Microfluidic Systems for Gene Editing

Recently, Oxford Genetics and Sphere Fluidics announced a multi-partner collaboration to expedite the development of automated microfluidic systems for rapid and high-throughput gene editing in mammalian cells. We spoke with Emily Leproust, PhD, CEO of Twist Biosciences, and other collaborators from the partnership to discuss the background of this announcement and the need for automated systems in gene editing.
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Genetics May Help Us Save the Bees

The use of pesticides is causing a decline in the global bee population. In a study, researchers have looked at the molecular impact pesticides have on gene expression in the bumblebee.
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Making Sense of Proteomic Data Pipelines

Studying the proteome is not a simple task. This infographic summarizes the process by which complex proteomic data is gathered, streamlined and analyzed in a data pipeline.
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Semi-identical Twins: Three Sets of Chromosomes, Two Babies

In a world-first, semi-identical twins have been identified in the womb through genetic testing.
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Finding the OM in GenOMics

A recent climb in the number of people taking up a regular yoga or meditation practise has seen the terms “downward dog” and “tree pose” enter the everyday vocabulary of many. But what scientific evidence exists that supports the benefits of a regular yoga and meditation practise?
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From the Cosmos to the Clinic: A New Type of DNA Is Created

A new form of synthetic DNA expands the information density of the genetic code, that likely preserves its capability for supporting life, according to a new study. By expanding the genetic alphabet from four letters to eight, researchers demonstrate the ability to double the information density in DNA.
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