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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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📰 Meet our first clinical early-career group leader, ! Hear how he's always combined clinical work with research and has joined us at the Crick via a PhD at , 's Starter Grant and 's clinical scientist fellowship.
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The Crick Apr 20
Fresh off the plane, our Crick African Network fellows talked through their projects on & on radio. 📻 Listen back from 19:40: , , ,
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The Crick Apr 18
Find out how Peter Parker makes the most of his joint appointment at the Crick and . (It might include some lunchtime cycling across London.)
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The Crick Apr 17
Meet the Crick's database team leader, Karen Ambrose ! We sat down with Karen to find out about the changing role of scientific computing teams and how we keep the Crick's data safe and secure 💻🔐 Read more ⤵️
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The Crick Apr 17
Congratulations to Crick group leaders Caetano Reis e Sousa and , newly elected fellows of the ! 🍾 Find out more ⤵️
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The Crick Apr 17
🎉The first group of Crick African Network fellows arrived this week. We’re thrilled to have , , , & here! Find out more about the fellows and their work: |
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The Crick Apr 13
On , the Crick's explains how our electron microscopy team have harnessed the power of the crowd to do a ‘human-easy, computer-hard’ task with 🔬🦠
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The Crick Apr 12
For tomorrow, explains how 1000s of volunteers have used to help our electron microscopy team analyse images of cells 🔬🦠
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The Crick Apr 12
Our next Crick Chat is only three weeks away! Come along and hear experts from the Crick and discussing , the current work to fight it and the challenge of finding a cure. 📆 2 May 🕖 19:00 - 21:00 🎟️ Book your free ticket:
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The Crick Apr 11
On , we're highlighting some of the work of ! This 3D image of Parkinson's cells (shown in red) shows the protein aggregates, one of the causes of the disease, in green. Find out more about the group's work ⤵️
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The Crick Apr 10
"It confirmed to me the amazing things that you can do if you put the right people together, particularly from different disciplines." 💻 Find out how our hackathon-style Data Challenge brought together researchers from all over the Crick ⤵️
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The Crick Apr 9
🏹 Scientific matchmaking brought together an experimental biologist, Lorea, and a bioinformatician, Anna, at our Data Challenge hackathon. 💻🧬 Find out how they learned to speak each other's language and combine drug design with data science ⤵️
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The Crick Apr 8
As Brexit discussions continue and in advance of Wednesday’s European Council summit, our director Paul Nurse reiterates why no-deal would be so damaging to science. Read the full statement:
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The Crick Apr 6
Crick group leader of the has been involved in a collaborative challenge called 'Evolthon', which tests out a creative approach to community-based scientific exploration. Read all about Evolthon in this new in ➡️
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The Crick Apr 5
"Science needs fluidity, permeability and the interaction of ideas and people." We're delighted to announce our new collaborative agreement with , supporting existing European scientific collaborations and encouraging new ones. Read more ⤵️
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The Crick Apr 5
🎧 If you're looking for some lunchtime listening, there's a brand new episode of 's podcast out this week. 's Mark Skehel explains how "embracing change" has guided his career and how he combines science with moonlighting as a trumpeter 🎺
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The Crick Apr 5
🎟️ Register now for our World Immunology Day events with and ! We'll be discussing how the immune system fights cancer. 📅 On 26 April, we’re hosting both a scientific symposium () and a public event ().
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The Crick Apr 2
Congratulations to the Crick's John Diffley, who has won the ' 2019 Canada Gairdner International Award for his work on DNA replication! Find out more about John's award-winning research ➡️
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The Crick Apr 1
📰 visited the Crick to find out more about how our scientists work collaboratively and the path from scientific research to real-world applications. Read the full story in ➡️
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Claire loves having a varied role. Working as a technician at , she gets the opportunity to further her passion for science. Want to hear more about her story?
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