Wellcome Sanger Institute Blog. Stories from the cutting edge of genomic research.

Sanger Science

  • 21 December 2021

    We would like to bring you 21 things that we have learned in the year 2021

  • 2 December 2021

    Spinning out the science

  • 22 November 2021

    A Space for Science

  • 25 October 2021

    Hunting for the unknown causes of cancer

  • 7 October 2021

    We are molecular mosaics

  • 4 August 2021

    The evolutionary history of humans

Sanger Life

  • 8 December 2021

    The Sanger Institute recently hosted three speakers as part of a new series - Research Excellence: The Power of Diversity. Read a short summary of the talks and view a Q&A with the speakers.

  • 22 October 2021

    A Health Data Research UK Black Internship Programme experience

  • 11 October 2021

    Talent in Diversity

  • 1 October 2021

    Talent in Diversity

  • 20 September 2021

    Celebrating Sanger Postdocs

  • 23 August 2021

    Defining Success

COVID-19

  • 17 January 2022

    Latest numbers for coronavirus genome sequencing at the Sanger Institute

  • 22 November 2021

    A Space for Science

  • 15 November 2021

    Covid Connections – Big Data in a Pandemic World

  • 9 August 2021

    From Mild to Mortal

  • 29 June 2021

    Covid Connections – Variant or Villain

  • 27 May 2021

    Genomics in a pandemic – Shedding light on the invisible

Human Cell Atlas

  • 2 December 2021

    Dr Roser Vento-Tormo tells us about her work to map the cells lining the uterus in space and time, how it epitomises her love of collaboration in science

  • 3 November 2021

    A Cellular Landscape

  • 30 April 2021

    Championing Team Science

  • 2 July 2020

    Sarah Teichmann, an international pioneer of single cell research

  • 8 April 2020

    Mapping the Human Cell Atlas – charting the body’s cellular world

  • 11 February 2020

    The Human Cell Atlas: Understanding health to combat disease

Tree of Life

  • 20 December 2021

    Dogs, descended from wolves, were the first animals to be domesticated by humans, some 40,000 years ago. New research, using modern DNA sequencing, is unravelling the evolutionary history of our canine companions.

  • 16 December 2021

    Darwin Tree of Life in 2021: Tireless fieldwork and the first beautiful genomes

  • 18 October 2021

    Marine medicines from the slimiest of worms

  • 28 September 2021

    Genomics for all

  • 23 September 2021

    Eimeria: the chicken parasite costing farmers billions

  • 18 December 2020

    Darwin Tree of Life: Looking back on 2020

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