Press releases in 2002

5th December
The Measure Of Man
7th November
Plans to extend leading Genome Campus get go-ahead
Notes to editors
7th October
Sir John Sulston awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine
Notes to Editors
3rd October
Double Success In Fight Against Malaria
Notes To Editors
5th August
Maps Of Mice - And Men
International consortium maps 98% of the mouse genome
9th June
Scientists Identify Gene Involved In 70 Percent Of Melanomas
Notes for editors
13th May
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute's Director Honoured: Allan Bradley Elected to Royal Society
Note for editors
9th May
Scientists sequence Nature's antibiotic factory
Notes for editors
6th May
International Team of Researchers Assembles Draft Sequence of Mouse Genome
Ninety-six percent of mouse genome sequenced; Results freely available in public databases on Internet
16th April
Wellcome Trust Proposal To Extend Genome Campus
Notes to editors
20th March
MHC Haplotype Consortium Web Resource
Notes to Editors:
1st March
The complete genome of Mycobacterium bovis has been sequenced
A step forward in the fight against bovine tuberculosis: The complete genome of Mycobacterium bovis has been sequenced
21st February
Humble yeast to help tackle cancer
Notes to editors

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