Scientists progress towards mapping and modelling a complex, dynamic and ‘multiscale’ system: the human body.
Histologists, cardiologists, immunologists, cell biologists, software developers, bioinformaticians and specialist technicians have worked together to see individual cells in unprecedented detail. Using spatial genomics, they located each cell to its precise location in the heart.
Chenqu Suo looks back on her PhD, discussing her scientific highlights and her thoughts about what makes the Sanger Institute a special place to study.
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.