Science Blog February 28, 2014 Nick Peel
Professor Charlie Swanton wants to know how tumours evolve. Read about his latest research and the next steps in targeting tumour diversity.
Science Blog February 26, 2014 Emma Smith
Can you catch cancer? The answer is no, but you can pick up an infection that increases the chances of developing certain types.
Science Blog February 4, 2014 Oliver Childs
Read about Genes in Space, a unique and enjoyable game that could help our scientists identify the DNA faults that lead to cancer.
Science Blog January 17, 2014 Kat Arney
Researchers are using a technique called Sleeping Beauty to probe the genetic faults that drive medulloblastoma, the most common type of childhood brain tumour.
Science Blog October 25, 2013 Kat Arney
The lab of Cancer Research UK scientist Professor Tony Kouzarides focuses on how genes get turned on and off – we explore his work and how it links to cancer.
Science Blog October 17, 2013 Nick Peel
Knowing up from down is important for a cell and our researchers are looking at the cell’s internal compass for clues to help understand polarity and cancer.
Science Blog October 15, 2013 Oliver Childs
Large-scale studies from across the globe are providing genetic clues that link different tumours – but what does this mean for how we define and treat cancer?