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7 January 2021
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Multidisciplinary collaboration driving new discoveries: uncovering the role of SLC7A5 in KRAS-driven colorectal cancer
Metabolic imaging of Kras mutant intestinal epithelium
New findings from the Rosetta team have identified the antiporter SLC7A5 as a target for KRAS-driven colorectal cancer. We spoke with some of the co-authors to get their take on how a multidisciplinary team approach facilitated this…

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In a commentary article for AACR Cancer Discovery In Focus, Dr Iain Foulkes and Dr Ned Sharpless discuss the 9 Cancer Grand Challenges open for …

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New findings from the Rosetta team have identified the antiporter SLC7A5 as a target for KRAS-driven colorectal cancer. We spoke with some of the co-authors to get their take on how a multidisciplinary team approach…
7 January 2021
Blog
In October, we posed 9 new challenges to the research community, each with the potential to change the way we think about cancer. Through our new blog series, members of our Cancer Grand Challenges Scientific Committee …
6 January 2021
News
Congratulations to STORMing Cancer’s Professor Don Ingber for winning Yale University’s Wilbur Cross Medal for Alumni Achievement.   Don pioneered the field of mechanobiology when he first made the link between the…
17 December 2020
Blog
In October, we posed 9 new challenges to the research community, each with the potential to change the way we think about cancer. Through our new blog series, members of our Cancer Grand Challenges Scientific Committee …
14 December 2020
Coverage
In a commentary article for AACR Cancer Discovery In Focus, Dr Iain Foulkes and Dr Ned Sharpless discuss the 9 Cancer Grand Challenges open for application from now until 22 April 2021. “Making progress in these fields…
8 December 2020
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In October, we posed 9 new challenges to the research community, each with the potential to change the way we think about cancer. Through our new blog series, members of our Cancer Grand Challenges Scientific Committee…
30 November 2020
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Read the latest coverage on Cancer Grand Challenges. “There’s a lot of potential to unlock, and Cancer Grand Challenges could be the key.” - Professor René Bernards A recent piece in AACR Cancer Discovery's News in…
19 November 2020
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In October, we posed 9 new challenges to the research community, each with the potential to change the way we think about cancer. Through our new blog series, members of our Cancer Grand Challenges Scientific Committee…
18 November 2020
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With our first Cancer Grand Challenges blog, we reflect on the progress of the 7 teams tackling some of cancer’s toughest challenges.  It started in 2015, with 7 audacious challenges.   Since then, we’ve supported 7…
16 November 2020