COVID-19

  • 1 March 2022

    Latest numbers for coronavirus genome sequencing at the Sanger Institute

  • 22 November 20218.5 min read

    "The most incredible things in research are the incidental findings, the serendipitous connections, moments when you are looking for one thing but you find another.”

  • 29 March 20214.4 min read

    "Data analysis in genomics means that you can work in something that is meaningful."

  • Wrold map
    11 March 20218.3 min read

    Monitoring the microorganisms that cause COVID-19, malaria, cholera and a whole range of other diseases enables researchers to track outbreaks, spot emerging drug resistance and plan interventions.

  • Technical Coordinator Tristram Bellerby and team in the Sequencing lab
    5 February 20214.9 min read

    As the sequencing hub of COG-UK, the Sanger Institute is sequencing the genomes of coronavirus samples from across the country. Get our latest numbers.

  • 21 December 202012.5 min read

    This has been a year that none of us will forget in a hurry. The Institute is immensely proud of the way our staff have pulled together, and the work we have managed to achieve

  • Processing COVID-19 samples at the Sanger Institute
    3 November 20207.5 min read

    Helping to track coronavirus outbreaks.

  • 22 October 202016.2 min read

    This photo essay goes behind the scenes of the effort to sequence the genome of the COVID-19 virus at the Wellcome Sanger Institute.