Category: Science blog February 1, 2017
Why is the shape of a cancer cell so important for predicting how the disease will behave? Our scientists may have an answer.
Category: Science blog November 10, 2016
Read our final roundup from this year’s NCRI Cancer Conference, including how bacteria in the gut could help predict if immunotherapy will work.
Category: Science blog October 27, 2016
Our scientists have made it possible to see the unexpected relationship between immune cells and brain tumour cells.
Category: Science blog October 20, 2016
For this edition of Science Snaps we peer inside some bones, investigating how leukaemia cells get around and dodge treatment.
Category: Science blog October 19, 2016
We step behind the microscope to look at research into shape-shifting cancer cells that’s funded by Stand Up To Cancer.
Category: Science blog October 17, 2016
We catch up with Professor Gerard Evan, a cancer genetics expert in Cambridge, to hear about his Stand Up To Cancer-funded work on pancreatic cancer.
Category: Science blog July 19, 2016
Brain tumours are one of the biggest challenges in cancer research, but we have a plan to tackle them.
Category: Science blog July 4, 2016
Our scientists in London are taking apart tumours and rebuilding artificial versions in the lab to help test the latest treatments.
Category: Science blog May 6, 2016
We look back on the key topics and trends discussed at the American Association of Cancer Research’s recent Annual Meeting in New Orleans
Category: Science blog April 15, 2016
We explore how the latest gene editing technology could help our scientists engineer immune cells to precisely target and kill cancer cells.