News Archive

From our involvement in the Human Genome Project, to our efforts to understand the genetic basis of disease, we have been involved in some of the most important discoveries of the 20th and 21st Centuries.

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New technique maps life's effects on our DNA

New technique maps life's effects on our DNA21.07.14: The impact of our living conditions on the DNA of each of our cells can now be studied

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Agreement will accelerate genetic disease research worldwide

Agreement will accelerate genetic disease research worldwide02.07.14: Licence provides access to more than 9,500 knock-out EUCOMM mouse resources

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Reconstructing the life history of a single cell

Reconstructing the life history of a single cell29.06.14: Cell's unique mutations used to trace history back to its origins in the embryo

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Mosquitos swap insecticide-resistance genes

Mosquitos swap insecticide-resistance genes25.06.14: Genome sequences of Anopheles gambiae sister species help to investigate insecticide resistance

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Exploring a parasitic tunnel-boring machine

Exploring a parasitic tunnel-boring machine15.06.14: Parasitic worm genome and biology provides a solid basis for the development of new interventions

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Sanger Institute launches return-to-research fellowship

Sanger Institute launches return-to-research fellowship11.06.14: Sanger Institute Fellowship will help scientists who have taken a career gap

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