20 Things We Learned in 2020

2021-11-08T11:50:04+00:0021 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

More than just malaria

2021-10-11T12:03:10+01:0024 April 2019|

Researchers can change children's futures in many more ways than just helping to beat a killer disease...

Walking a thousand miles starts with one step

2012-09-12T12:58:44+01:0012 September 2012|

11 Sept 2012: The Malaria Programme at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute is carrying out research addressing questions about the continuing emergence of drug resistance in malaria. Knowing which proteins in a cell are palmitoylated, specific protein-membrane interactions, can give important clues about their regulation or function—clues that can be used to piece together new ideas about how cells work.

Seq and ye shall find…

2012-08-17T10:30:33+01:0017 August 2012|

25 Jul 2012: Malaria researcher, Lia Chappell, spreads the word on how choosing the right approach can make your experiments using RNA-seq much more successful