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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 Jan 18
TB can be detected in people with HIV infection via a unique blood signal before symptoms appear
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The Crick Jan 17
Newly-discovered TB blood signal provides early warning for at-risk patients. New research from , and .
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The Crick Jan 16
This tiny pipette, engineered by Crick researchers, could be used by scientists worldwide to uncover the architecture of different parts of the brain.
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The Crick Jan 15
Fantastic feature on Cristina Lo Celso, the first woman to receive the Foulkes Foundation Medal. Great to hear that enjoys working with the Crick's 'army of amazing biologists'! 👩🏼‍🔬👩🏼‍🔬👨🏼‍🔬
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The Crick Jan 12
In a feat of nanoengineering, scientists at the Crick have developed a new technique to map electrical circuits in the brain far more comprehensively than ever before.
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CRUKLondon Jan 11
Looking for a new challenge in 2018? Abseil down and raise money for to fund pioneering research! Sign up now:
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James Briscoe Jan 11
Great lecture from our own John Diffley on mechanism of DNA replication. "In a lifetime we all synthesize several light years length of DNA"
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The Crick Jan 11
Interesting article here from on combining a research career with chronic illness. Includes a view from our fellow Julia Hubbard
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Poet in the City Dec 25
Join us at on 12 Jan for the world premiere of new poetry & music exploring memory, technology and human experience
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James Briscoe Jan 4
Screening of "The Imitation Game” - Oscar-winning WW2 thriller about Alan Turing and Bletchley Park. 10 Jan Followed by panel discussion including me. Free tix available
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The Crick Jan 2
ICYMI – great start to the new year with leading Crick scientists Sir Keith Peters GBE & Robin Lovell-Badge CBE receiving for contributions to science 🎉🔬
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The Crick Jan 1
Happy New Year! 🎉🎉 Here's to another year of at the Crick! We're also super excited for our next exhibition, 'Deconstructing patterns: art and science in conversation', which opens next month:
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The Crick Dec 31
And finally… Earlier this month, we gave our 1st Sir David Cooksey Prize in Translation 🏅 to ’s team here at the Crick for their pioneering electron microscopy imaging techniques 🔬
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The Crick Dec 30
🔟 Kathy Niakan’s lab used genome editing technology to reveal the role of a key gene in human embryos in the first few days of development
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Güneş Dec 30
- Proud to see my unfalteringly humble & kind boss’ contributions to science & the public understanding of science acknowledged in the list () 🎉 go !
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The Crick Dec 30
Huge congratulations to leading Crick scientists Sir Keith Peters GBE and Robin Lovell-Badge CBE who have received for their contributions to science
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The Crick Dec 29
9️⃣ In September we backed the Technician Commitment, a sector-wide initiative to support science technicians, led by
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The Crick Dec 28
8️⃣ Sam Barrell joined us as our new Chief Operating Officer in September, after being appointed in May 🎉🎉
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The Crick Dec 27
7️⃣ Things got culinary in August when our scientist Yan () brought her science to the tent & Masterchef brought their celebrities to the Crick kitchen! 🍜
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The Crick Dec 26
6️⃣ Crick researchers created healthy offspring from genetically infertile male mice, offering a potential new approach to tackling a common genetic cause of human infertility 🔬
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