21.05.13: Qasim Ayub explains how a new technique he helped to develop is finding signatures of selection in human genomes and revealing surprising discoveries about European development
Cocktail parties and cancer genomes: Separating out the mutational processes behind cancer development
17.05.13: Cancer genomes contain an archaeological record of the genetic events that have led to their formation. Ludmil Alexandrov talks about his new technique that is beginning to reveal this archaeological record and unravel the processes responsible for those events.
14.05.13: Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as obesity, heart disease and cancer are a substantial and rapidly growing problem in sub-Saharan Africa and are projected to overtake infectious disease as the most common cause of death in Africa in the next 20 years. Georgina Murphy speaks about her experiences collecting data on these non-infectious diseases in rural Uganda and the challenges they faced on this mammoth journey.