The Wellcome Sanger Institute tackles some of the most difficult challenges in genomic research. This demands science at scale; a visionary and creative approach to research that pushes the boundaries of our understanding in ever new and exciting ways.
EMBL's European Bioinformatics Institute science
EMBL-EBI is international, innovative and interdisciplinary, and a champion of open data in the life sciences. It is part of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), an intergovernmental research organisation funded by over 20 member states, prospect and associate member states.
Connecting with industry
We’re moving towards a stage at which genomics will be integrated into every part of our lives.
Convergence and coordination across technology fields and the public, the private and the charitable sectors will be key to driving the next wave of genomic innovation. Watch this video to hear from some of our collaborators and how science at scale is helping us transform the way we innovate.
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I find it exciting and inspiring to be part of the Wellcome Genome Campus where innovative science with impact is taking place: from discovering how cancer forms to tracking the spread of superbugs in real-time. There is a real buzz to the Campus; we know that the next breakthrough is just around the corner.
Gene Koh, PhD Student, Wellcome Sanger Institute
Innovation case studies
As well as academic success, our results are evidenced by the new scientific ground that we break, by the new learning, technology, and know-how that we develop. This is largely due to our ability to scale-up research ideas whilst maintaining scientific excellence, and the fact that we are free to pursue any avenue of life science exploration that we feel is important to the future of humanity. Our Technology Translation Teams on Campus have supported many such projects. Read our case studies to find out more.Find out more
faculty staff across EMBL-EBI and Wellcome Sanger Institute
papers published in the last five years (combined total output from Sanger Institute and EMBL-EBI)
individuals working across 10 companies based in the BioData Innovation Centre
scientific seminars, lectures and talks open to all Campus staff