BRC News


Protective cells could cut risk of lung cancer for ex-smokers

Quitting smoking could do more than just stop further damage to the lungs. It could also allow new, healthy cells to actively replenish the lining of our airways which could protect against cancer, according to UCL, UCLH and Wellcome Sanger Institute researchers funded by Cancer Research UK.

Pause in BRC communications

We're taking a short break from posting on our website until after the election to comply with government general election guidance.

Collaborative AI-based research projects awarded cross-BRC funds

Collaborative research projects across the three UCL-linked BRCs which are applying artificial intelligence (AI) to complex problems in cancer, sepsis, hearing loss, neuromuscular diseases and emergency medicine will receive combined funding from the three BRCs to accelerate their progress.