Dan Mead continues his hunt to collect all 25 species to sequence…
Sequencing new species is hard enough, but finding out where you can get a sample to work with can be even harder, Dan Mead discovers
From 2 billion species to just 25 – how the Sanger Institute chose which species to sequence
5,000 people participated and there were over 150,000 page views – and 5 winners
20.12.17 Alistair Miles explains how the Anopheles gambiae 1000 Genomes project is helping to understand the evolution and spread of insecticide resistance in mosquitos across Africa, supporting the campaign to eliminate malaria.
Armed with a mobile phone, 4G signal, orange protective gloves, a tyvek suit, face shield and Google Maps, Dan Mead went in search of an elusive species
Dan Mead, our 25 Genomes Project Coordinator, is on the search for spiders that like to walk on water