Sanger Life

  • 1 October 2021

    Over this year’s Black History Month, we are celebrating the diversity of talent here at the Sanger Institute. Here, three of our scientists reflect on their paths into research and why diversity in science is so important.

  • 20 September 20212.4 min read

    This week (20th-24th September) is Postdoc Appreciation Week - a time to celebrate the fantastic contribution postdoctoral scientists make.

  • 4 May 20218.7 min read

    The Equality in Science group and the Race Equity Network at the Wellcome Genome Campus welcomed inspirational speakers last year. Read their reflections on racism, diversity and inclusion in science.

  • 27 April 20213.4 min read

    Meet Olivier Seret, Principal Software Developer working in the Infection Genomics team.

  • 29 March 20214.4 min read

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

  • 5 March 20214.6 min read

    Alice Matimba and Martin Dougherty reflect on their experiences of reverse mentoring, and how it can play a key role in promoting positive organisational and research culture.

  • 11 February 20217.4 min read

    Just 30 per cent of researchers worldwide, only 35 per cent of all students enrolled in STEM-related fields of study are women, and data suggests that the impacts of COVID-19 are disproportionately affecting female researchers more than their male counterparts.

  • Dr Elo Madissoon performing stand-up at the Portland Arms, Cambridge.
    10 November 20202 min read

    Join us for an evening of science comedy