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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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We're looking forward to welcoming 15 new scientists to the Crick next year 👩‍🔬👨‍🔬
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The Crick Dec 17
Which of our stories made a splash in 2018? Read on for our 5 biggest research stories, including tissue regeneration, personalised medicine + how a compound in Brassica veg could help to maintain a healthy gut & prevent colon cancer
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The Crick Dec 17
We've given our annual Sir David Cooksey Prize in Translation to a group of Crick researchers working towards developing a cancer vaccine
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The Crick Dec 15
In a collaboration between Paola Scaffidi's lab and scientists have discovered a set of simple rules that determine the precision of CRISPR genome editing in human cells 👉
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The Crick Dec 13
Crick scientists have discovered a set of simple rules that determine the precision of genome editing in human cells. These rules could help improve the efficiency and safety of genome editing in both the lab and the clinic.
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The Crick Dec 11
Our Career Accelerator Awards give African postdocs fellowship support for up to 2 years here & with partner orgs Expressions of interest close 1 Jan 🗓
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The Crick Dec 10
We're dedicated to translating scientific research into real-world impact. Find out more about how we accelerate translation 👉
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The Crick Dec 8
Listen back to with to find out why and her scientist peers were so appalled by last week's gene-edited babies announcement.
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The Crick Dec 6
Huge congratulations to Crick group leader Alessandro Costa who has been awarded a Consolidator grant to create a DNA replication ‘flipbook’ 👏
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The Crick Dec 5
Jasmine Harley from the explains how she grows human nerve cells from stem cells to study neurodegenerative diseases in a dish. Read our feature to find out how our neuroscientists are benefiting from this technique 👉
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The Crick Dec 5
The Crick is home to the Worldwide Influenza Centre, along with many other labs working in flu research. 100 years after the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic, we've been talking to our scientists about the past, present and future of flu research:
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The Crick Dec 5
Our new exhibition ‘Craft & Graft: Making Science Happen’ launches next March, showcasing the surprising roles of the people who work around the clock to make our life-changing research possible.
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The Crick Dec 4
Our scientists grow nerve cells from stem cells in the lab so that they can study , and intellectual disability in a dish. Find out how and why in our feature 👉
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The Crick Dec 4
The Crick will be at the Working Men's College Camden on Thursday. If you're at the College then come chat to us to find out more about all the opportunities at the Crick!
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The Crick Dec 3
In the wake of , Crick scientists Paula Ordonez Suarez and Kate Bishop tell why creating an HIV vaccine has proven so challenging. 👉
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The Crick Dec 2
In the 80s, Crick scientist Julian Downward made key discoveries that led to new cancer treatments. These have now given over a million years of healthy life to patients worldwide. He spoke to to explain how animal research helps save lives:
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The Crick Dec 1
Our scientists marked by coming together with industry and policy experts at the Crick on Friday to discuss global progress in HIV research, prevention strategies and destigmatisation.
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The Crick Nov 30
100 years after the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918, the flu virus is still one of the world’s biggest public health challenges. Here, we speak to Crick scientists investigating some of the most critical questions in research ➡
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The Crick Nov 30
Chinese scientist was invited to the in Hong Kong "in the hope that his over-enthusiasm to genome edit babies could be tempered, but it was too late." Catch the Crick's Robin Lovell-Badge on :
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The Crick Nov 30
Our super popular exhibition Deconstructing Patterns: Art & Science in conversation - closes tomorrow! Catch it whilst you can. Don't just take our word for it - 'Mesmerising' Evening Standard, 'Cultural clash makes a fascinating show' - New Scientist.
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