School of Life Sciences

Genome Damage and Stability Centre

Biological sciences at Sussex ranked top 10 in UK for research quality - REF 2014 looking for colonies of cells high performance image microscopy preparing for an experiment examining a reaction in a small tube plating out cells into dishes for incubation
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The GDSC is a research centre investigating the responses of cells to
genome damage and their relationship to cancer and other aspects
of human disease

The centre provides a dynamic and collaborative environment for state-of-the-art research and is supported by a variety of funding agencies including the BBSRC, CR-UK, MRC and the Wellcome Trust.

For more information about individual group leaders, and the types of research taking place in the centre, please see 'Research groups' tab at the top of the page.

 

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Genome Damage and Stability Centre

RT @realscientists: Light sources, where synchrotron radiation is used to do crystallography, tend to look cool. This is Diamond, UK pic.twitter.com/HP1GFsDg4G

RT @tometheridge: Dance my pretties! Single DNA repair proteins in yeast doing their thing. Now to work out what it is they are doing! pic.twitter.com/tdRUxsXbLd

RT @antonywoliver: Smc5/6 talk delivered @embomeeting, and within strict time limit (I think). So, rest, recuperation, followed by some more science I think!

RT @SussexUniPress: British Science Festival comes to #Brighton in 2017, hosted by @SussexUni & @uniofbrighton sussex.ac.uk/newsandevents/… pic.twitter.com/3AugBuQemH

RT @Cancer_Cell: RNF8 activates Twist to facilitate cancer progression and chemoresistance ow.ly/ycc83043lIo @MolecularCell. pic.twitter.com/6U1W3fJLp1

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