10th September 2018 -
Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences launch third online ‘Bacterial Genomes’ course (Will open in a new window)
The courses introduces the open-source genome browser and annotation, Artemis, which enables scientists to bring their work to life and share new understanding visually.
20th June 2018 -
Society and Ethics Research calls for a people-powered consultation, a conversation focusing on how science and humanity collaborate and win, together, when it comes to DNA data sharing.
18th June 2018 -
The Music of Life project comprises six short, musical films created for any health professional who needs to communicate genomic information to patients.
11th June 2018 -
Scientific Programme Manager, Dr Treasa Creavin, shares her perspective on developing and applying a gender balance policy for Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences.
8th June 2018 -
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.
31st May 2018 -
This new annual prize scheme coordinated by our Public Engagement team recognises outstanding efforts by Campus staff in engaging public or schools audiences with their work.
29th May 2018 -
Free online course - Bacterial Genomes: From DNA to protein function using bioinformatics - starts 11 June.
28th March 2018 -
New online course in genetics of disease-causing bacteria launched for health professionals and biologists worldwide
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.