Research features

Thinking differently: innovation in research funding

Doing what you’ve always done will get you what you’ve always got, and to reach our aim of 3 in 4 people surviving cancer by 2034, we need to think differently.

Coming home to the UK: an interview with Richard Gilbertson

One of the world’s leading experts in childhood brain tumours, Richard has led international efforts that have dramatically advanced knowledge of their biology.

A celebrated career in DNA repair: Tomas Lindahl

We look at how Tomas Lindahl’s discoveries have profoundly changed our understanding of cell response to cytotoxic therapies and the implications of this.

Achieving more through working in partnership

Developing partnerships and working collaboratively are underlying principles of our Research Strategy and is necessary in the global fight against cancer.

Translating great science towards patient benefit

Our commercialisation arm, Cancer Research Technology, gets innovative new treatments and tests to patients as quickly as possible.