Our learning and training offer spans from discovery research based on genomic technologies, to the application of genomics in healthcare and public health.
Our public programming includes a range of online and in-person events and activities aimed at a variety of audiences, from schools and young people, to public and community groups.
Our research and society activities explore the ethical, legal and social issues raised by genomics, and use creative approaches to gather views and perspectives from diverse public audiences.
Supporting home learning and keeping students connected with biomedical research this summer term.
Enabling students to experience malaria research first hand.
A cross-curricular project bringing together genomics and archaeology for Key Stage 2 pupils.
Enabling students to identify the world through DNA sequencing.