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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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Scientists Gone Rogue Jun 24
One of the ways we can improve representation in science is by tackling the wild beast that is Wikipedia. is hosting this Weds 26th June, so if you're down for a fun, free and meaningful event, check it out!
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Imperial Department of Medicine Jun 24
🧠 60 Master's students from , and gathered at last week for the inaugural Future of conference
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The Crick Jun 22
📰 Did you see the new research from the Crick this week? There are two types of gut cells – one that maintains normal gut health and one that causes inflammation, such as in Crohn’s disease. Find out what this could mean for treatment ⤵️
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The Crick Jun 21
📖 Hear from Crick and PhD student on how we can address the issues facing and why talking to people is the key to troubleshooting “failed” experiments ⬇️
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The Crick Jun 20
🧬✨ We're part of the King's Cross leg of this weekend! From 17:00 to 22:00 on 22 June, we'll have extended opening hours in our gallery and a sound and video installation from artist Sophie Seita. Find out more about what's in store ⬇️
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The Crick Jun 20
We're hosting today! These conferences bring together researchers and clinicians to discuss the impact of scientific advances on patient care. Today we're talking neuroimmunology of the gut. 💭 Follow along this afternoon on
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KidneyCancerSupport Jun 19
Today is World Kidney Cancer Day! Help us win the fight against kidney cancer by taking our quiz at and sharing with your friends. “We need to talk” about this disease.
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Dr John Addy Jun 19
I will be at the until 7:30pm today explaining what this thing I made out of Lego has to do with statistics and science here at the Crick!
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The Crick Jun 19
📰 A team from the Crick and has revealed potential new ways to treat immune-inflammatory diseases of the gut, without harming the immune cells that maintain normal gut health. Read the full story ⤵️
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The Crick Jun 17
🇨🇴 We welcomed the President of the Republic of Colombia, Iván Duque (), to the Crick today! He's been talking to some of our Colombian researchers about their work, and about the importance of international collaboration for science.
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Esther Mensah Jun 16
Interested in highlighting notable Black and brown scientists, inventors and clinicians on Wikipedia? Come along to the second at on Wed 26 June! It's completely free - book your place here 🙌🏿 1/2
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The Crick Jun 15
☀️ Discovery Day is today! Stop by the Crick from 10:00 - 16:00 for... 🧪 Hands-on activities for the whole family 🎤 Pop-up science talks 🍦 And ice cream! Find out what's in store ⤵️
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Wellcome Trust Jun 13
We know that preparing funding applications is time-consuming and can be stressful 😵 So we’ve put together some tips to help you write your grant application 👉 |
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The Crick Jun 12
New research from the and the Crick shows that organs like the spleen, kidneys and eyes could reveal new information about the effects of type 2 diabetes. Find out more about what this could mean for the future of treatments ⤵️
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The Crick Jun 11
Congratulations to & newly elected members 🍾
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The Crick Jun 10
📄 The Crick's and 's satellite group at the Crick have found that human GBP1 promotes the detection of DNA or LPS and drives different host cell death types. | Read the now ⤵️
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The Crick Jun 7
📆 There's only one week left to apply for our postdoctoral clinical fellows programme! If you're a clinician scientist looking for a postdoc opportunity, find out more about the available positions and apply now ➡️
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Jorge Almagro Jun 6
The milky ways of a whole murine under the 🔬 Ducts in pink and adipocytes/vessels in beige.
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The Crick Jun 6
🔬The Crick's Axel Behrens () and Guillaume Salbreux and ’s Chris Dunsby have been awarded an interdisciplinary grant to study the processes controlling how breast cancer cells self-organise. Read more⤵️
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The Crick Jun 5
We've teamed up with , , and to work together to make sure that we support both our researchers and our PhD students. Read more about the network on our website ➡️
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