Most of the information about the Francis Crick Institute is available on this website. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact us.
Tel:+44 (0)800 028 6731
Please note: this is for press enquiries and general information only and we cannot transfer phonecalls to individuals.
Please note that the Francis Crick Institute will not be open at its St Pancras location until early 2016.
The Medical Research Council's National Institute for Medical Research and Cancer Research UK's London Research Institute (at Lincoln's Inn Fields and Clare Hall) became part of the Francis Crick Institute on 1 April 2015.
Researchers from these institutes transferred to the Crick but will remain based at their existing locations until they move into the new institute at St Pancras in 2016.
To contact individual researchers please visit their Research pages.
This is where we will be based until the Crick's St Pancras site opens in early 2016:
Site Security office, Ossulston Street, London, NW1 1HG
Nearest tube and train stations: King's Cross St Pancras, Euston
If you are a local resident and have a construction enquiry, please contact the main contractor (Laing O'Rourke):
Tel: +44 (0)808 165 0180 (freephone, 24 hours)
Our Visitor Centre will be closed on Thursdays 24th and 31st December. We will reopen on Thursday 7th January 2016.
The Francis Crick Institute Visitor Centre is on the Ossulston Street side of the construction site (behind the British Library - see map below). The Visitor Centre is now based in the ground floor of the Living Centre, the community space on the Ossulston Street side of the Crick. Please note that as the Crick is not yet open, there is no access to the rest of the institute.
You are welcome to come along to find out more about the institute and the progress on construction. Models of the building are on display and staff are on hand to answer questions. Unfortunately you cannot go into the rest of the institute whilst it is still under construction.
Regular opening hours
Thursdays: 2pm - 6.30pm (please pop in at any time)
Please note: As the Crick is not yet open, there is no access to the rest of the institute.