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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 to train top African scientists thanks to a grant from
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The Crick Jul 18
Crick Clinical Research Director, Peter Ratcliffe, is awarded the Royal Society Buchanan Medal.
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The Crick Jul 17
Last Friday, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain visited the Francis Crick Institute & met our Spanish staff
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Casa de S.M. el Rey Jul 14
Audiencia de los Reyes a una representación de científicos españoles que trabajan en el Reino Unido
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Casa de S.M. el Rey Jul 14
Encuentro de los Reyes con los trabajadores del Instituto Francis Crick
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The Royal Family Jul 14
The King and Queen and were given a tour by Chief Executive, Sir Paul Nurse and visited the DNA Laboratory.
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The Royal Family Jul 14
Next Their Majesties, accompanied by , visit to meet Spanish scientists working in the UK. .
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Casa de S.M. el Rey Jul 14
Los Reyes, en el centro de investigación Francis Crick, acompañados por el Premio Nobel Paul Nurse.
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Jul 14
Today the King and Queen of Spain visit to meet Spanish scientists. We asked four of them about life in the UK.
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BBC The Inquiry Jul 13
Our crash-course in gene editing with , , Marcy Darnovsky & Robin Lovell-Badge
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The Crick Jul 13
New study sheds light on disease-busting ‘recycling bins’ in our cells
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The Crick Jul 13
Come to our new series of free art-science workshops & make your own Zoetrope of Discovery! Book your place now:
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The MRC Jul 13
46% of procedures were creating/breeding genetically altered animals (4/4)
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The MRC Jul 13
Of these, most procedures involved mice (80%) & fish (19%) (3/4)
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The MRC Jul 13
In 2016 MRC units & institutes carried out 318,664 procedures on living animals for research (2/4)
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The MRC Jul 13
Today the releases the 2016 stats on procedures using animals in research (1/4)
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Carles Bosch Jul 13
Enjoying an amazing at in which we had the chance to present our EM project. what a programme!
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Ariane Briegel Jul 13
Good morning ! Day 2 of the fabulous Cryo-EM opening symposium!
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Lucy Collinson Jul 12
showing bacterial chemoreceptor arrays, via cryoEM, controlled remotely from the beach! Ace!
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Martin Jones Jul 12
. talking to a packed auditorium about his amazing work
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