Science Blog January 20, 2014 Sarah Hazell
In 1978 Professor Julian Peto published a scientific paper that influenced many lives, by helping to usher in an era free from asbestos.
Science Blog September 20, 2013 Sarah Hazell
Continuing Our Milestones series, we take a look at a key breast cancer molecule and the development of the breast cancer drug Herceptin.
Science Blog July 18, 2013 Kat Arney
From its early development in the 1970′s to its use as an important treatment for adult brain tumours, we explore the history of the cancer drug temozolomide.
Science Blog October 15, 2012 Emma Smith
The latest in Our Milestones series: the story of tamoxifen, a discovery in 1966 that has gone on to save the lives of millions of women with breast cancer.
Science Blog June 7, 2012 Safia Danovi
Professor Phil Ingham’s research in fruit flies and fish evolved into a drug to treat patients with advanced basal cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer.
Science Blog February 29, 2012 Kat Arney
Our scientists discovered the second breast cancer gene, BRCA2 – we discuss how they made the finding and what this means for cancer patients.
Science Blog February 28, 2012 Kat Arney
We look at our role in the discovery of the famous “cancer gene” BRCA1, responsible for many cases of hereditary breast and other cancers.