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The Francis Crick Institute is a biomedical discovery institute dedicated to understanding the fundamental biology underlying human health and disease.
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The Crick 13h
Not sure what to do this weekend? Head on down to the Crick for our Discovery Day. A packed day of pop-up science fun for the whole family awaits! And it's FREE!
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The Crick Jun 20
Are you a -off fan? Join Yan bake-off star and fabulous Crick research scientist and decorate your own 'virus' cookie at our Discovery Day this Saturday 10.00- 16.00 drop-in. Free.
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The Crick Jun 20
Our exhibition is closed all day today for an event and essential electrical works - we are sorry if you had hoped to visit.
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The Crick Jun 19
Blood signature could improve early TB diagnosis, finds new study from the Crick, , , &
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The Crick Jun 19
We can't wait to see you this Saturday for our Discovery Day - a packed day of pop-up science fun for the whole family. 10.00- 16.00 FREE Drop-in. Tell all your friends !
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The Crick Jun 17
In case you missed it, researchers in have uncovered new mechanisms thought to underlie Parkinson's disease. Find out how in our article:
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The Crick Jun 16
New identifies the first genetic marker for the bone tumour, osteoblastoma, and could help clinicians correctly distinguish benign osteoblastoma tumours from aggressive osteosarcoma tumours and direct the correct treatment. Read the article:
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The Crick Jun 15
Removal of small region of non-coding DNA caused male mice to grow ovaries and female genitalia 🐭 Read the article:
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The Crick Jun 15
Our scientists everyday to answer questions about health and disease. Listen back to scientist and clinician, Samra Turajlic, talking about immunotherapy on Radio 4's Inside Science.
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The Crick Jun 14
Non-coding DNA changes the genitals you're born with! Mouse sex-reversal study could help explain disorders of sex development in humans, at least half of which have an unknown genetic cause. Read the article:
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The Crick Jun 14
New looks at the development of neurons in the fruit fly eye that help detect motion. Read the paper:
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The Crick Jun 14
On World Blood Donor Day we're grateful to everyone who gives blood for research 🔬. Over 100 of our staff regularly donate blood for Crick research - in fact, these samples were still warm when they reached the labs!
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The Crick Jun 14
Excellent news that , designed by and PLP Architecture, won the Health and Life Sciences Design Award at !
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Mayor of London Jun 12
We’re one of the world’s leading technology hubs. So we need to be bold and think big, to experiment and try things out that have not been done elsewhere. Honoured to open yesterday
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The Crick Jun 12
Replying to @SadiqKhan @EtchACell
If you'd like to follow in 's footsteps and help our scientists out, please give a go yourself! 👩🏼‍💻✏️🦠
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The Crick Jun 12
We were delighted to welcome yesterday to launch here at the Crick. Here he is contributing to our science by etching a cell nucleus for ! 👨‍🔬👩‍🔬
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The Crick Jun 12
New study in adds to our growing understanding of the causes of Parkinson's and other neurodegenerative diseases, and could influence drug design in the future. Image credit:
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The Crick Jun 12
Detailed brain cell analysis has helped researchers uncover new mechanisms thought to underlie Parkinson's disease. 🔬 Read the article:
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The Crick Jun 12
Come and join us for our poetry workshop exploring the spectrum of science and patterns studied at the Crick. Book your free ticket and get a drink included!
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Poet in the City Jun 12
(de)constructing patterns and poems. FREE poetry workshops with celebrated poet tomorrow from 7-9PM. Reserve your space here:
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