- 3 October 2022
Science is not a zero sum game. We all win when we work together and the Horizon Europe programme is a fantastic opportunity that brings researchers across Europe to grow their skils and solve many of our most pressing issues. Falling out of this community will damage the UK’s science for many years to come, argues Sarion Bowers, Head of Policy at the Wellcome Sanger Institute.
- 19 March 20203.3 min read
Genetic testing is becoming a standard part of UK healthcare, with plans to expand its use. But who does this information belong to, and who decides who it is shared with?
- 17 January 20195.2 min read
Sarion Bowers, Policy Lead at the Sanger Institute, reflects on how Brexit will affect science.
- 20 December 20188.5 min read
Hayley Clissold from the Sanger Institute's policy team team explores the issues surrounding gene editing and human embryos
- 11 December 20184.2 min read
Evidence is a vital part of policy-making - but it's by no means the only part. We look at how scientists can get involved and make a difference.
- 6 December 20186.7 min read
Our Policy Lead, Sarion Bowers, explores the extraordinary claims that the world’s first genome edited babies have been born.
- 29 November 20184.7 min read
Anna Middleton, Head of the Society and Ethics research group at Wellcome Genome Campus Connecting Science, reports on Prof He Jiankiu's unverified announcement of gene editing the first human embryos that have been born