Visit the home of UK genomics and talk with the scientists driving today’s cutting-edge research.
Our dedicated visitor spaces on Campus enable you to explore genomics in a fun and friendly atmosphere.
Find out about our involvement in the Human Genome Project and how the discoveries we’re making today will affect our health and wellbeing in the future.
You can meet our researchers and discuss their science, experience one of the world’s largest DNA sequencing and biodata facilities, and explore the stories of genomics research and discuss the social impact of genetics.
Explore the Campus
Our dedicated visitor spaces on the Campus enable you to explore genomics in a fun and friendly atmosphere.
The Discovery Zone is where we host groups of visitors from school students to the Women’s Institute. In this space you can meet our researchers and discuss their science with them in a relaxed and informal setting.
Experience one of the world’s largest DNA sequencing and biodata facilities in our Open Lab. This is a chance for you to see a modern research laboratory and get close to the technologies that enable us to do our research at large scale.
Through a changing programme of displays and exhibitions, the Genome Gallery explores the stories of genomics research and encourages you to discuss the social impact of genetics. Objects, illustrations, and film bring to life the story of the Human Genome Project; a project that revolutionised biomedical science and our ability to explore what makes us, and all life. You can also find out about trees of life. From medieval illustrations to Darwin’s sketches and beyond, trees have helped us understand how life is connected.
We organise events and exhibitions that enable you to get closer to the science of genomics and its role in our history, society, and culture.Learn more