20 Things We Learned in 2020

2021-10-15T08:25:29+01:0021 December 2020|

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

We’ve got the power

2021-10-11T18:29:23+01:0028 May 2019|

Running one of the largest biosciences data centres in Europe as efficiently as possible requires cool heads and even cooler machines

Sanger’s super-sized sequencing scales new heights

2021-10-11T18:29:39+01:001 May 2019|

We're celebrating: we've just read the same amount of DNA in one year as we achieved in the previous 25 years combined. This dizzying speed offers unprecedented possibilities to unlock new understanding in health and disease

Science in a conflict zone: Investigating cholera in Yemen

2019-01-02T18:00:23+00:002 January 2019|

In addition to the civil war, Yemen is experiencing the worst epidemic of cholera ever recorded. We spoke to Ankur Rakesh, a volunteer doctor with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) / Doctors Without Borders, who travelled to Yemen in July 2017 to study the genomics of this highly infectious and deadly disease