Month: August 2014

Credit: Hendrike, Wikimedia Commons

Happy Birthday, Sanger Institute Blog!

To celebrate, here are the 10 most popular posts from the blog’s second year

Do stem cells have memory?

14.08.14 Some stem cells may recall their origins. Daniel Gaffney and Foad Rouhani explain how genetic variation complicates the picture

Model shows the main bones and muscles of the skull and neck, the eye, and cartilage of the nose and larynx. Credit: Wellcome Library, London

Fleshing out our knowledge of bone

11.08.14 Bone is regulated by a multitude of pathways and we are only just beginning to see how they all interact, explains Isabel Quiros-Gonzalez

Malaria: the parasite’s perspective

04.08.14 Artist Deborah Robinson wanted to go beyond familiar malaria imagery and create new ways of seeing the disease. Here, she explains her process