Sanger Science

  • 7 October 2021

    Quantifying the mutational landscape of the human body

  • Mohamed Almarri
    4 August 20213.7 min read

    Mohamed Almarri has recently completed a PhD studying population history and global genetic diversity.

  • 21 July 20216.7 min read

    How genomics is helping to understand melioidosis - a neglected, often fatal, bacterial disease.

  • 28 June 20216.2 min read

    "we are well aware that what we know about already is just a small percentage of the diversity that actually exists on Earth."

  • 18 June 20215.4 min read

    Exploring the genomics of inherited cardiomyopathies.

  • 13 May 20219.4 min read

    Using the latest genome sequencing techniques, Dr Sam Behjati is revealing the journey that cells take on their way to becoming cancerous, and how we might stop them.

  • 22 April 20216.3 min read

    New exhibition explores the science of cancer and ageing, through the medium of food and cooking.

  • 16 March 20217.7 min read

    Dr Daniela Robles-Espinoza recently joined the Sanger Institute as an International Fellow. She works on acral melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer affecting people in Latin America