Top 50 Genetics Blogs
Much has been written about genetics, especially online. There are a variety of blogs that deal with genetics, writing about biotechnology, evolution, pharmaceuticals, health, and more. Here we’ll take a look at 50 of the best blogs that deal with these topics and more.
These blogs cover anything and everything genetics.
- MayoClinic Genetics Blog: Genetic counselor Carrie Zabel shares her knowledge on genetics through this blog.
- Science blog + Genetics: This blogs offers insight and regular news updates in the field of genetics.
- Gene Expression: Discussions on the Gene Expression blog include culture, religion, anthropology, and biology.
- Mary Meets Dolly: Mary Meets Dolly offers a Catholic’s guide to genetics, genetic engineering, and biotechnology.
- The Genetic Genealogist: This blog explores the intersection of genealogical techniques and modern genetic research.
- Eye on DNA: Eye on DNA writes about anything and everything DNA, and how it relates to you.
- Genetic Future: Read this blog to learn how genes affect your future and the future of society.
- Information on Genes: This blog features answers to questions on genes, genetics, and genomics from experts.
If you’re interested in how genetics can affect and be used in health, check out these blogs.
- Genetics and Health: Grace Ibay’s blog is all about your genes and your life.
- The Decision Tree: This blogger writes about predictive medicine and the future of healthcare.
- MassGenomics: MassGenomics is all about medical genomics in the post-genome era.
- DNA And You: Matt Mealiffe, M.D. discusses the intersection of genetics and your health.
- PredictER: PredictER shares news and research about predictive health.
Biotechnology & Bioinformatics
These blogs deal with bioinformatics and biotechnology.
- Think Gene: ThinkGene is a bio blog about genetics, genomics, and biotechnology.
- Snowdeal: On this blog, you’ll find discussions of bioinformatics in the 21st century.
- Omics! Omics!: Get an understanding of new technologies and publications on genomics and proteomics and their impact on drug discovery from this blog.
- My Biotech Life: This blogger offers his take on biotechnology.
- Aminopop: Aminopop writes about what’s fun in biotech.
Understand some genetic disorders by checking out the writings of these bloggers.
- Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder Genetics Blog: This blog writes about genetics as they relate to schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
- Cancer Genetics: Check out this blog to learn about a personalized approach to human cancer genetics.
These blogs discuss genetics as it relates to evolution.
- John Hawks Weblog: John Hawks writes this blog about paleoanthropology, genetics, and evolution.
- Genomics, Evolution, and Pseudoscience: Steven Salzberg’s blog discusses topics in pseudoscience and beyond.
- Yann Klimentidis’ Weblog: Yann writes about evolution, genetics, human diversity, and more.
These genetics blogs are written by professors and students of genetics.
- ScienceRoll: ScienceRoll features a medical student studying genetics and medicine through web 2.0.
- Genome Boy: This blogger is an assistant professor at the Duke University Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy.
- Genomics Policy: Genomics Policy from the University of Glamorgan offers insight on genomic-based medicine.
- Genomicron: Check out this blog to learn about genomic diversity and evolution from an evolutionary biologist at the University of Guelph in Canada.
- Sex, Genes, and Evolution: This blogger is a molecular evolutionary biologist and biology professor at the University of Iowa.
- On Genetics: Steve Mount, a geneticist at the University of Maryland, writes about genetics, genomics, and gene expression.
Learn more about the field of personal genetics from these blogs.
- The Genetizen: The Genetizen is written by experts to inform you about important issues in genetics.
- deCODEyou: On this blog you’ll learn about the latest in health, genetics, and genetic testing.
- The Gene Sherpa: The Gene Sherpa discusses how personalized medicine relates to you.
- Let’s Get Personal: This blog discusses science, policy, and ethics in personalized medicine.
- The Personal Genome: This blog explores genetics as a medical tool and lifestyle choice.
These blogs explore genetically modified food.
- Tomorrow’s Table: Tomorrow’s Table shares topics related to genetics, food, and farming.
- Biofortified: Biofortified is a group blog about plant genetics and genetic engineering.
- GMObelus: GMObelus delivers peer-reviewed news in the field of agricultural biotechnology.
- GMO Pundit: David Tribe writes this blog to encourage Australian primary producers to understand GMO.
- The Fruit Blog: Check out this blog for a discussion of fruit and fruit breeding.
- Genetic Maize: Genetic Maize navigates the maze of GMOs.
- GMO Africa: Here you’ll find news and more on the benefits of genetically modified food in Africa.
Stay on top of the latest news in genetics through these blogs.
- Genetics in the News: The Oregon Genetics Program features updates on new developments in genetics.
- GenomeAlberta: This blog shares research and news in genomics.
- Epigenetics News: Epigenetics News is an independent news source for scientific discoveries in epigenetics.
- The Daily Scan: This blog from GenomeWeb points out what’s worth reading on the web.
- The OpenHelix Blog: OpenHelix is all about genomics resources, news, and research designed to keep researchers abreast of new genomics data.
- Flags and Lollipops: This blog is about news in bioinformatics, genomics, and science on the web.
- The Biotech Weblog: Here you’ll find news about gene therapy, stem cells, and more.
- The Navigator: This blog from Navigenics shares new insights about genetics and your health.
- DNA Policy: Check out this blog to find out the latest news on genetics public policy.
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