The UK Biobank, the world’s most comprehensive set of human health data, is providing a vital resource for global scientific and medical research. Darren Dodd talks to Clare Elwell, professor of medical physics at University College London, Cathie Sudlow, chief scientist at the UK Biobank and Clive Cookson, FT science editor, about how it came about.

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