Letter by letter: sequencing genomes

Explore how DNA sequencing technology has developed in this display featuring objects from the Wellcome Genome Campus collection

Group Visits
Sat 18 Feb 17 (All day) to Sun 21 May 17 (All day)
Cultural Zone, Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton CB10 1SA
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Using objects drawn from the Wellcome Genome Campus collection this display charts the development of how DNA has been sequenced; from Fred Sanger's breakthrough in the 1970s, and the ambitious Human Genome Project of the 1990s, to the high-throughput methods of today, which is enabling new scales of research. 

The Cultural Zone exhibition space is open on the third Saturday of the month for drop-in visits, and at other times for special events. Group visits are also very welcome, by arrangement.