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25 Feb 2021

Visualisation tools to help understand SARS-CoV-2 mutations

Three tools, Grinch, CoVal and COG-UK-ME, are now available to help understand the genetic information produced by COG-UK about mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 genome.

Explainer

23 Feb 2021

Introducing Mutation Explorer: An open-access dashboard by COG-UK

The COG-UK Mutation Explorer is an interface that provides access to data on SARS-CoV-2 mutations and variants of interest in the COG-UK data set.

Blog

26 Jan 2021

How do we manage data about people’s SARS-CoV-2 samples?

How do we link individuals’ SARS-CoV-2 sample data with other information, and how do we store and manage all this data?

Blog

25 Jan 2021

What can wastewater tell us about COVID-19?

Traces of SARS-CoV-2 are present in the faeces of those with COVID-19 and can be detected in the resulting sewage output. So, what can wastewater tell us about COVID-19?

Blog

22 Jan 2021

Reflections on the achievements of COG-UK

The COG-UK consortium is ten months old this January. Here are ten of these achievements, one for each month of our existence.

Blog

19 Jan 2021

New SARS-CoV-2 variant & other mutations under review

A brief summary of the latest COG-UK mutational surveillance report, which explores SARS-CoV-2 spike gene mutations of potential or known importance.

Blog

13 Jan 2021

Asymptomatic screening & genome sequencing help understand SARS-CoV-2

Initial results suggest that University of Cambridge's screening programme, along with public health measures and student behaviour, has limited the spread of the virus.

Blog

7 Jan 2021

‘World-class’ CLIMB project receives £1.2 million funding boost from UKRI

As part of a wider investment to expand and upgrade ‘world-class’ research infrastructure, the CLIMB project has received a £1.2 million funding boost from UKRI.