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Very proud to have been shortlisted for the amongst other amazing candidates
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Mayank Sharma Nov 15
I had a chat with the database team lead , at to understand the challenges of storing scientific data and why she prefers open source databases:
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We’re getting together with colleagues from institutes, , , and today at the Research Institute Technician Symposium, talking all things technical careers. 🗨️ Follow along at .
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The Crick Nov 17
📆 Applications to become an early-career clinical group leader at the Crick close on Thursday 28 November. Find out more and apply now. ⤵️
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The Crick Nov 16
At the launch of our collaboration with , the Crick's met 's . Hear how they got on discussing good practice in bioinformatics, the value of working in another field before doing a PhD and more. ⤵️
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The Crick Nov 16
Did you see the new research from the Crick this week? We had... 🧬 DNA tying up its own loose ends ➡️ 🔬 A protein that was found to fuel pancreatic cancer ➡️
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The Crick Nov 15
In our science date series, we bring together two researchers who wouldn't have otherwise crossed paths to find out about each other's work. 💬🗨️ See how Emma, a PhD student in the Crick's , and Sampurna, a PhD student at , got on. ⬇️
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The Crick Nov 14
Join us for our event on 29 November, where we'll be hearing from speakers from , , and about current treatment options and the latest work on potential cures. 🎟️ Register for free ➡️
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The Crick Nov 14
📰 Telomere loops or ‘t-loops’ play a vital role in preventing chromosome damage when our DNA replicates. Our Boulton Lab, and the found that the winding and unwinding of the loops keeps the intricate process running smoothly. 🧬
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The Crick Nov 14
Everyone at the Crick is getting together today for our annual Autumn Science Meeting. ☕ Over the next two days, scientists from all across the building will be sharing their work in progress in nearly 30 talks and 80 posters. 🗨️📊💻
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The Crick Nov 14
📷 These pancreas organoids were grown by Paola Bonfanti’s group at the Crick. They’re used to study the stem cells that become insulin-producing cells, which could eventually lead to a possible new treatment for diabetes.
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The Crick Nov 13
"We have in our heads that plastic is a one-use material, but it is not. Plastic can be autoclaved, it can be washed." met the Crick's sustainability team and reps to find out more how we're reducing the use of plastic in our labs. 🌍🧪⤵️
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The Crick Nov 12
🎉 Congratulations to Crick group leader Markus Ralser of the ! Markus has been awarded 's Starling Medal for his contributions to endocrinology.
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The Crick Nov 12
We’re very sorry to hear about the death of Frank Dobson, MP for Holborn and St Pancras throughout our planning and construction. He was supportive of the Crick and proud of the focus on biomedical research in his constituency.
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The Crick Nov 12
📰 Researchers from (including , and ) have identified a protein that helps fuel pancreatic cancer. CD9 is found on the surface of cancer stem cells and could lead to new treatments that ‘starve’ the cancer.
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The Crick Nov 10
"Be realistic about what is the source of your stress and what exactly needs doing, then make an actionable plan and deploy it." 's tips on handling the pressure of competing demands on researchers' time. ⬇️
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The Crick Nov 9
We're three today! 🎈 The Queen officially opened the Crick on 9 November 2016. Hear from some of our colleagues on their highlights of the past three years. ➡️
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The Crick Nov 8
Our 2nd year PhD students have been meeting up with counterparts at today to mark the launch of our new collaboration. 🗨️ ☕ Read more ➡️
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The Crick Nov 8
Tomorrow will be three years since the Queen officially opened the Crick in 2016! 🎉 Some lucky colleagues were there on the day to meet the Queen, and we asked a handful for their highlights of our first three years 📝⬇️
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The Crick Nov 7
📝 We're recruiting for clinical group leaders at the moment. Learn more about what it's like to be a clinician at the Crick in this new article. Featuring , Anna Wilkins & 💊🔬 Applications close 28 November.
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