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How cholesterol leads to clogged arteries

Discovery of the cellular processes that occur when cholesterol triggers inflammation linked to artherosclerosis.
17 July 2015

Elusive tumour suppressor protein function uncovered

The discovery of the biochemical function of a family of tumour suppressor proteins – called Rad51 paralogs – that has eluded scientists for two decades.
16 July 2015

The Crick launches landmark agreement with leading pharmaceutical company

The Crick has announced an exciting new open science collaboration with GSK, the UK’s largest healthcare company.
14 July 2015

First Mill Hill researcher to receive CRUK grant

Congratulations to Gitta Stockinger, who has just been awarded a Cancer Research UK (CRUK) grant for an immunologist looking to expand their interests into cancer research.
08 July 2015

The Crick signs the Hague Declaration

The Francis Crick Institute has signed the Hague Declaration on Knowledge Discovery in the Digital Age, to help remove barriers to content mining.
07 July 2015