In the latest instalment of our Women in COG series, we caught up with Magdalena Skipper – Editor in Chief of Nature
9 Sep 2021
An interactive web-based application has been developed to help explain reports on SARS-CoV-2 mutations and variants generated by COG-UK for a non-expert audience.
2 Sep 2021
For the first time, COG-UK researchers have reported the clear detection and characterisation of recombinant SARS-CoV-2 viruses.
Read the Wellcome Sanger Institute's summary of the latest Covid Connections event.
In the latest instalment of our Women in COG series, we caught up with Angela Douglas – Deputy Chief Scientific Officer for NHS England and NHS Improvement.
23 Jul 2021
We depict our transition journey and celebrate the lasting legacy of COG-UK sequencing efforts.
In the latest instalment of our Women in COG series, we caught up with Judy Breuer – Professor of Virology at University College London, and COG-UK Principal Investigator and Chief...
Read the Wellcome Sanger Institute's summary blog of the first Covid Connections event, with COG-UK and Wellcome Connecting Science.
“Girls like you can’t be doctors” — how Charlotte Summers battled stereotypes to thrive as a woman in science
In the first instalment of our Women in COG series, we caught up with Charlotte Summers – a Reader in Intensive Care Medicine at the University of Cambridge who practices...
1 Jun 2021
Learn more about a recent COG-UK review on variants and mutations and the latest improvements to the COG-UK Mutation Explorer tool.