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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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Most people eager to know the secrets of their genetics

Most people eager to know the secrets of their genetics29.04.15: Largest survey of public attitudes shows perceived value of genomic data

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Action against antibiotic resistance begins with the community

Action against antibiotic resistance begins with the community28.04.15: Community-based study unravels global transmission and resistance patterns in emerging Shigella strain

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Single cells seen in unprecedented detail

Single cells seen in unprecedented detail27.04.15: Parallel sequencing of DNA and RNA provides insight into secret world of cells

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Mountain gorillas enter the genomic age

Mountain gorillas enter the genomic age09.04.15: First in-depth analysis reveals genetic impact of long-term population decline

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Prostate cancer study overturns thinking on cancer's spread

Prostate cancer study overturns thinking on cancer's spread01.04.15: Multiple cells can travel from prostate to create a tumour in a new tissue

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Parliamentary Group seeks bioscience health benefits

Parliamentary Group seeks bioscience health benefits17.03.15: APG to help politicians realise benefits of science and technology for the NHS

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