Forthcoming events

The Francis Crick Institute organises or takes part in a range of public events to generate excitement about science and to keep people informed about this unique project to create a world-leading biomedical research centre in London.

Inbound Logistics Supplier Day

The Francis Crick Institute intends to procure a single supplier to consolidate and deliver all appropriate inbound deliveries to the building. This supplier day will provide more detail about the requirement and will include presentations and workshops.
06 May 2014

Imperial Festival

The Crick will be attending the Imperial Festival this year with an information stand and some of our Science Museum ‘Lates’ activities to inspire and enthuse people about science!
10 May 2014

Hard FM Supplier Day

The Francis Crick Institute intends to procure a single supplier to deliver operation and maintenance of the general Mechanical and Electrical Services and Fabric Maintenance. This supplier day will provide more detail about the requirement and will include presentations and workshops.
15 May 2014

Crick Symposium: New Frontiers in Optical Microscopy

The aim of this Crick Symposium is to showcase the novel microscopy development projects currently ongoing within Crick and its HEI partners and to promote future collaborations between physicists, cell and developmental biologists.
09 June 2014

Computational Life and Medical Sciences Network Annual Symposium

Sponsored by CLMS and the Francis Crick Institute, the CLMS Symposium is a one-day event showcasing the role of information technology, including computer and computational sciences, across the broad range of life and medical (basic and clinical) sciences.
16 June 2014

New Frontiers in Digital Technologies for Influenza: Big Data and Mobile-Phone Connected Diagnostic Tests

This event will bring together leading experts in the field of big data and mobile diagnostics to discuss the latest technologies to track and test influenza. This includes recent developments in mobile connected tests such as microfluidic chips, advanced nano materials and optics and surface-acoustic wave devices and the use of online sources (e.g. Google search engine queries, Twitter) to identify disease outbreaks much earlier than current healthcare systems.
26 June 2014