We are delighted to have been jointly awarded a Wellcome-FCDO Joint Initiative on Research in Epidemic Preparedness and Response grant of nearly £1 million.
Our new collaboration with the Centre for Genomic Pathogen Surveillance receives a UKRI grant to support urgent capacity building for data science applications.
New findings on public trust from the Society and Ethics Research group
The Society and Ethics Research team are part of a new global project
Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences helps to deliver a free global podcast series on mentorship.
First talk: ‘Reading the book of life: What has genome sequencing ever done for us?’ with Sanger Institute Director Mike Stratton on 30th July.
Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences announces the launch of its first online course in Genetic Counselling in partnership with FutureLearn.
The Engage Watermark recognises strategic support for public engagement across the organisation, as well as the commitment to develop plans for the future.
LifeLab has launched an exciting programme of events for 28-29 September, to transform parts of Cambridge and Peterborough into centres of discovery and opportunity for the weekend.
Wellcome Genome Campus Public Engagement and Wellcome Sanger Institute are part of the Cambridge LIFE LAB project that has won a place in Europe's largest public science event: European Researchers' Night.
Free online course - Bacterial Genomes: From DNA to protein function using bioinformatics - starts 11 June.
This 3-week introduction to pathogen genomics, will be the first online course offered by wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences and is open to anyone to join.
The ambitious HORIZON 2020 NUCLEUS project has been further strengthened by the joining of the Wellcome Genome Campus in Cambridge, UK as the 25th member of the consortium.
Wellcome Genome Campus Public Engagement relaunches Café Sci in Cambridge this February
The first large-scale schools genome decoding project launched on 28 September 2017 by the Institute for Research in Schools and the Wellcome Genome Campus.
An international group of 11 organisations with clinical genetics expertise has issued a policy statement on germline genome editing in humans.
Press release: We have launched a new initiative aimed at event organisers, offering a comprehensive range of event management services.
Combining archaeology with cutting-edge genomics research, Hidden Lives unearths the secrets of some very early South Cambridgeshire residents.
The Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre has launched its striking new website, giving visitors a real feel for the venue.
Renowned artists Thomson & Craighead display their artwork exploring the human genome, Stutterer, at the UK home of the Human Genome Project.
Silent Signal is an ambitious group exhibition exploring new ways of thinking about the human body.
History and impact of malaria parasite inspire immersive audiovisual installation.
There are no matches for your search criteria