Sanger Seminar Series
We are hosting a series of monthly freely available and open virtual seminars, showcasing how our researchers are tackling some of the greatest challenges in human health and disease. From using genomic approaches to map all cell types in the human body, understand how cancer develops, and track the evolution and spread of global diseases, our senior scientists and faculty will present the latest developments in their field.
30 Jul 2020
New drug targets for lethal brain cancer discovered
Researchers engineered a new mouse model for studying glioblastoma, the most aggressive type of brain cancer
21 Jul 2020
Chronic inflammation alters the evolution of cells in the colon, study finds
Researchers have compared diseased colon with healthy tissue to better understand how inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is linked to an increased ...
Inside our Institute
Read our stories from the cutting edge of genomic research… and of the people who are making it happen
27 Jul 2020
Impact of The Technician Commitment
Kelly Vere, Programme Director of the Technician Commitment, explores the progress of the scheme across the UK.