You can change the world

2022-04-27T13:18:36+01:0027 April 2022|

In conversation with Julia Gillard, who has recently joined Wellcome as Chair of the Board. Wellcome aim to solve the urgent health challenges facing everyone.

Making your voice heard

2022-03-07T21:16:00+00:008 March 2022|

Evolutionary genomics, creepy crawlies and being a woman in science

Women rising in STEM

2022-05-18T11:38:43+01:008 March 2022|

Reflections on working on genomic surveillance in the pandemic, and being a woman in science.

The diversity of plants

2022-02-15T16:21:51+00:0016 February 2022|

We spoke to some of the team planning to sequence the DNA of every plant species in Britain and Ireland about the diversity of plant genomes and the importance of plant science in the face of global challenges.

International Day of Women & Girls in Science 2022

2022-02-10T14:05:57+00:0011 February 2022|

To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science, celebrated annually on 11 February, we asked some of our female staff to tell us about their work, and what being a woman in science means to them.

Women rising in STEM

2022-06-15T11:51:52+01:0011 February 2022|

To celebrate International Day of Women & Girls in Science, we sat down with Sanger Associate Director, Dr Julia Wilson to talk about her career so far and being a woman in science.

Engaging everyone with science

2022-02-02T16:29:00+00:003 February 2022|

Researchers discuss an innovative new training course designed to help them engage the public with science, with a focus on equity and diversity.

A Day in the Life: Bioinformatician – collaboration, cancer and all life on Earth

2022-04-27T09:08:05+01:008 March 2019|

Understanding the nature of life on Earth has been revolutionised by DNA sequencing. In the past we could only observe what was happening, now we can read (and alter) the blueprints of life to understand health and disease at the most intimate level. Yet none of this would be possible without the unsung work of bioinformaticians