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|/media/10919/Crick-Lab.jpg|10919|The Crick Lab seen from St Pancras|© Nick Guttridge|The Crick Lab seen from St Pancras|
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|/media/10920/Francis_Crick_Institute-8660.jpg|10920|Researcher in the Crick Lab|© Fiona Hanson|Researcher in the Crick Lab|
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Architects

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Interior_24_08_11

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|/media/85481/v048_reception_v1_fissures_high_option-b_00_640x427px.jpg|2327|View of the reception area and auditorium from upper level.|© HOK and Glowfrog Studios|View of the reception area and auditorium from upper level.|
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|/media/85497/v048_reception_v1_fissures_optionb_00_640x427px.jpg|2328|Ground floor reception area and auditorium.|© HOK and Glowfrog Studios|Ground floor reception area and auditorium.|
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|/media/85513/v054_collaboration_option-7_00_640x427px.jpg|2329|Collaboration area. |© HOK and Glowfrog Studios|Collaboration area. |
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|/media/85529/v062_write-up_2011-08-18_640x427px.jpg|2330|Typical write-up area.|© HOK and Glowfrog Studios|Typical write-up area.|
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|/media/2688/Auditorium final 2012.JPG|2688|View of the Crick auditorium|© HOK and Glofrog|View of the Crick auditorium|
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Building_26_08_10

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Aerial View

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|/media/1699/1506_Aerial_D5383_3k_260810_411x639.jpg|1699|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|© Cityscape|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|
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|/media/1700/1506_Aerial_D5383_3k_260810_640x480px.jpg|1700|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|© Cityscape|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|
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|/media/33603/1506_aerial_d5383_3k_260810_710x240px.jpg|1701|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|© Cityscape|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|
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|/media/33930/1506_aerial_d5383_3k_260810_205x108.jpg|1719|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|© Cityscape|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|
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Photovoltaics

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|/media/1720/100628-photovoltaicsOnTheUKCMRIBuilding_205x108px.jpg|1720|Photovoltaic solar panels on the building. |© PLP Architecture|Photovoltaic solar panels on the building.|
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|/media/1721/100628-photovoltaicsOnTheUKCMRIBuilding_640x472px.jpg|1721|Photovoltaic solar panels on the building. |© PLP Architecture|Photovoltaic solar panels on the building.|
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SouthViewOssulstonStreet

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|/media/1660/01086_v3_2010-08-25_a_full_205x108px.jpg|1660|Looking south down Ossulston Street.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|Looking south down Ossulston Street.|
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|/media/1661/01086_v3_2010-08-25_a_full_640x427px.jpg|1661|Looking south down Ossulston Street.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|Looking south down Ossulston Street.|
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OssusltonStGarden

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|/media/1663/01086_v5_2010-08-26_b_full_205x108px.jpg|1663|Looking across Ossulston Street at the public garden.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|Looking across Ossulston Street at the public garden.|
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|/media/1664/01086_v5_2010-08-26_b_full_640x427px.jpg|1664|Looking across Ossulston Street at the public garden.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|Looking across Ossulston Street at the public garden.|
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WestAlongBrillPlace

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|/media/1666/01086_v4_2010-08-26_a_full_205x108px.jpg|1666|View looking west along Brill Place.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|View looking west along Brill Place.|
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|/media/1667/01086_v4_2010-08-26_a_full_513x600px.jpg|1667|View looking west along Brill Place.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|View looking west along Brill Place.|
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|/media/1668/01086_v4_2010-08-26_a_full_640x427px.jpg|1668|View looking west along Brill Place.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|View looking west along Brill Place.|
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Midland Road Brill Place Junction

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|/media/1648/01086_v1_2010-08-25_a_full_205x108px.jpg|1648|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|
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|/media/1649/01086_v1_2010-08-25_a_full_640x427px.jpg|1649|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|
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|/media/1650/01086_v1_2010-08-25_a_full_646x280_Home.jpg|1650|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|
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|/media/33089/01086_v1_2010-08-25_a_full_700x240pxsection.jpg|1651|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|
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ViewfromStPancras

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|/media/1670/01086_vnight_2010-08-10_a_250x108px.jpg|1670|View from St Pancras International.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|View from St Pancras International.|
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|/media/1671/01086_vnight_2010-08-10_a_640x427px.jpg|1671|View from St Pancras International.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|View from St Pancras International.|
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|/media/33279/01086_vnight_2010-08-10_a_646x280pxhome.jpg|1672|View from St Pancras International.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|View from St Pancras International.|
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InternalViewGroundFloor

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|/media/1674/01086_v7_2010-08-26_d_full_205x108px.jpg|1674|Internal view of ground floor atrium from the Midland Road entrance.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|Internal view of ground floor atrium from the Midland Road entrance.|
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|/media/1675/01086_v7_2010-08-26_d_full_454x600px.jpg|1675|Internal view of ground floor atrium from the Midland Road entrance.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|Internal view of ground floor atrium from the Midland Road entrance.|
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|/media/33683/01086_v7_2010-08-26_d_full640x500px.jpg|1706|Internal view of ground floor atrium from the Midland Road entrance.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|Internal view of ground floor atrium from the Midland Road entrance.|
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View North Ossulston Street

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|/media/1677/1506_4a_D5476_3k_260810_205x108px.jpg|1677|View looking north up Ossulston Street.|© Cityscape|View looking north up Ossulston Street.|
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|/media/1678/1506_4a_D5476_3k_260810_600x400px.jpg|1678|View looking north up Ossulston Street.|© Cityscape|View looking north up Ossulston Street.|
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Phoenix Road Chalton Street Night View

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|/media/1681/1506_05_D5467_3k_260810_205x108px.jpg|1681|View from Phoenix Road at the junction with Chalton Street (night view).|© Cityscape|View from Phoenix Road at the junction with Chalton Street (night view).|
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|/media/1682/1506_05_D5467_3k_260810_600x400px.jpg|1682|View from Phoenix Road at the junction with Chalton Street (night view).|© Cityscape|View from Phoenix Road at the junction with Chalton Street (night view).|
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Ossulton St looking South

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|/media/1684/1506_06_D4489_3k_250810_205x108px.jpg|1684|View from Ossulston St, looking south. |© Cityscape|View from Ossulston St, looking south.|
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|/media/1685/1506_06_D4489_3k_250810_600x398px.jpg|1685|View from Ossulston St, looking south.|© Cityscape|View from Ossulston St, looking south.|
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Midland Road looking South

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|/media/1687/1506_11_D4663_3k_250810_205x108px.jpg|1687|View from Midland Road, looking south.|© Cityscape|View from Midland Road, looking south.|
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|/media/1688/1506_11_D4663_3k_250810_600x400px.jpg|1688|View from Midland Road, looking south.|© Cityscape|View from Midland Road, looking south.|
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Midland Road Junction Brill Place

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|/media/1690/1506_12_D5475_3k_260810_205x108px.jpg|1690|View from Midland Road at the junction with Brill Place.|© Cityscape|View from Midland Road at the junction with Brill Place.|
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|/media/1691/1506_12_D5475_3k_260810_640x427px.jpg|1691|View from Midland Road at the junction with Brill Place.|© Cityscape|View from Midland Road at the junction with Brill Place.|
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St Pancras Station at night

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|/media/1693/1506_13_D5469_3k_260810_205x108px.jpg|1693|View from St Pancras station at night.|© Cityscape|View from St Pancras station at night.|
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|/media/1694/1506_13_D5469_3k_260810_640x410px.jpg|1694|View from St Pancras station at night.|© Cityscape|View from St Pancras station at night.|
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St Pancras Station View daytime

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|/media/1696/1506_14_D5562_3k_260810_205x108px.jpg|1696|View from St Pancras station during the day.|© Cityscape|View from St Pancras station during the day.|
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|/media/1697/1506_14_D5562_3k_260810_640x427px.jpg|1697|View from St Pancras station during the day.|© Cityscape|View from St Pancras station during the day.|
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Sketch

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|/media/34080/fp_sketch_p7_205x108px.jpg|1723|Sketch of the proposed building for The Francis Crick Institute.|© PLP Architecture|Sketch of the proposed building for The Francis Crick Institute.|
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|/media/34096/fp_sketch_p7_500x189px.jpg|1724|Sketch of the proposed building for The Francis Crick Institute.|© PLP Architecture|Sketch of the proposed building for The Francis Crick Institute.|
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Older images

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AerialViews

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|/media/17280/ukcmri_d5383_03_411x640px.jpg|1473|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|© Justin Piperger Photography /Wadsworth3d.|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|
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|/media/17296/ukcmri_d5383_03_640_480px.jpg|1474|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|© Justin Piperger Photography /Wadsworth3d.|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|
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|/media/24991/ukcmri_d5383_03_205x108px.jpg|1583|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|© Justin Piperger Photography /Wadsworth3d.|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|
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Interior

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|/media/27387/interiorbuilding_576x248px.jpg|1625|Computer-generated image of the interior of the proposed building.|© PLP Architecture|Computer-generated image of the interior of the proposed building.|
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|/media/27403/interiorbuilding_205x108px.jpg|1626|Computer-generated image of the interior of the proposed building.|© PLP Architecture|Computer-generated image of the interior of the proposed building.|
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|/media/78133/interiorbuilding_576x248px.jpg|2147|Computer-generated image of the interior of the proposed building.|© PLP Architecture|Computer-generated image of the interior of the proposed building.|
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|/media/52899/auditorium final 2012 web.jpg|1926|Auditorium.||Auditorium.|
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Atrium

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|/media/17312/view_3d-atrium_08-06_452_640px.jpg|1475|Internal view of ground floor atrium from the Midland Road entrance.|© Justin Piperger Photography /Wadsworth3d.|Internal view of ground floor atrium from the Midland Road entrance.|
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|/media/17328/view_3d-atrium_08-06_640x480px.jpg|1476|Internal view of ground floor atrium from the Midland Road entrance.|© Justin Piperger Photography /Wadsworth3d.|Internal view of ground floor atrium from the Midland Road entrance.|
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Gallery

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|/media/1702/01086_v1_2010-08-25_a_full_640x427px.jpg|1702|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|
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|/media/1703/01086_v3_2010-08-25_a_full_640x427px.jpg|1703|Looking south down Ossulston Street.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|Looking south down Ossulston Street.|
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|/media/33651/01086_v4_2010-08-26_a_full640x500px.jpg|1704|View looking west along Brill Place.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|View looking west along Brill Place.|
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|/media/1705/01086_v5_2010-08-26_b_full_640x427px.jpg|1705|Looking across Ossulston Street at the public garden.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|Looking across Ossulston Street at the public garden.|
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|/media/33715/01100_ukcmri_night_2010-11-24_a-no-logo_694x427.jpg|1708|View from St Pancras International.|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d.|View from St Pancras International.|
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|/media/1710/1506_05_D5467_3k_260810_600x400px.jpg|1710|View from Phoenix Road at the junction with Chalton Street (night view).|© Cityscape|View from Phoenix Road at the junction with Chalton Street (night view).|
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|/media/1711/1506_06_D4489_3k_250810_600x398px.jpg|1711|View from Ossulston St, looking south.|© Cityscape|View from Ossulston St, looking south.|
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|/media/1712/1506_11_D4663_3k_250810_600x400px.jpg|1712|View from Midland Road, looking south.|© Cityscape|View from Midland Road, looking south.|
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|/media/1713/1506_12_D5475_3k_260810_640x427px.jpg|1713|View from Midland Road at the junction with Brill Place.|© Cityscape|View from Midland Road at the junction with Brill Place.|
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|/media/1715/1506_13_D5469_3k_260810_640x410px.jpg|1715|View from St Pancras station at night.|© Cityscape|View from St Pancras station at night.|
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|/media/1716/1506_14_D5562_3k_260810_640x427px.jpg|1716|View from St Pancras station during the day.|© Cityscape|View from St Pancras station during the day.|
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|/media/1717/1506_Aerial_D5383_3k_260810_640x480px.jpg|1717|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|© Cityscape|Aerial view of the proposed building and the surrounding area.|
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|/media/1912/V8_Permeability Route for web.jpg|1912|View of the planned pathway between St Pancras International and Ossulston Street.|© Wadsworth3D|A computer generated view of the planned pathway between St Pancras International and Ossulston Street.|
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|/media/85545/v048_reception_v1_fissures_high_option-b_00_640x427px.jpg|2331|View of the reception area and auditorium from upper level.|© HOK and Glowfrog Studios|View of the reception area and auditorium from upper level.|
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|/media/122463/201214_hok_ukcmri_cgi_laboratory_2012-06-12_640x427.jpg|3682|View of a typical laboratory in the Crick|© HOK and Glowfrog Studios|View of a typical laboratory in the Crick.|
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|/media/85577/201214_hok_ukcmri_cgi_collaboration_2012-06-13_640x427.jpg|2333|Collaboration area. |© HOK and Glowfrog Studios|Collaboration area. |
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|/media/85593/201214_hok_ukcmri_cgi_write-up_2012-06-12_640x427.jpg|2334|Typical write-up area.|© HOK and Glowfrog Studios|Typical write-up area.|
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|/media/85561/201214_hok_ukcmri_cgi_reception_2012-06-12_640x427.jpg|2332|Ground floor reception area and auditorium.|© HOK and Glowfrog Studios|Ground floor reception area and auditorium.|
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|/media/2533/v149 View_063_Restaurant_grass_00_02 WEB.jpg|2533|The staff restaurant||The staff restaurant|
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|/media/94516/auditorium final 2012 web.jpg|2689|Interior of auditorium|© HOK and Glofrog|Interior of auditorium|
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|/media/140483/201318_hok_francis_crick_v001_main_entrance_view_2013-05-07-1024px.jpg|4299|View of the Crick from St Pancras|© HOK and Glowfrog|View of the Crick from St Pancras|
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|/media/140499/201318_hok_francis_crick_v002_brill_place_atrium_view_2013-05-07-1024px.jpg|4300|View of the north facade of the Crick on Brill Place|© HOK and Glowfrog|View of the north facade of the Crick on Brill Place|
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|/media/140515/201318_hok_francis_crick_v003_staff_entrance_view_2013-05-07_lg-1024px.jpg|4301|View of the Crick from the corner of Ossulston St and Phoenix Road|© HOK and Glowfrog|View of the Crick from the corner of Ossulston St and Phoenix Road|
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Board members photos

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|/media/2546/Maggie Dallman - 011111 - 100 x 100.jpg|2546|Maggie Dallman|© Maggie Dallman|Professor Maggie Dallman, Imperial College London|
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|/media/89994/sir john tooke - 011111 - 100 x 100.jpg|2547|Sir John Tooke|© Sir John Tooke|Sir John Tooke|
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|/media/90010/david cooksey v2 - 011111 - 100 x 100.jpg|2548|Sir David Cooksey (Chair)|© Sir David Cooksey|Sir David Cooksey (Chair)|
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|/media/91599/jamie-dundas from web.jpg|2637||© Standard Chartered|Jamie Dundas|
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|/media/2545/John Jeans - 011111 - 100 x 100.jpg|2545|John Jeans||John Jeans, Medical Research Council representative|
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|/media/91615/lynne gailey photo.jpg|2638||© Lynne Gailey|Lynne Gailey, independent Board member and Trustee|
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|/media/97566/wendy ewart.jpg|2814|Dr Wendy Ewart||Dr Wendy Ewart|
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|/media/114184/chris-mottershead.jpg|3359|Chris Mottershead||Chris Mottershead|
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|/media/90058/mark walport v2.jpg|2551|Sir Mark Walport|© The Francis Crick Institute|Sir Mark Walport|
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|/media/90074/philip yea - 011111 - 100 x 100.jpg|2552|Philip Yea|© Philip Yea|Philip Yea|
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|/media/90090/ricktrainor - 011111 - 100 x 100.jpg|2553|Sir Rick Trainor|© Sir Rick Trainor|Sir Rick Trainor|
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|/media/307942/robert_pic_2.jpg|9778|Professor Sir Robert Lechler|© King's College London|Professor Sir Robert Lechler|
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Construction

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|/media/82769/piling rig - july 2011 - 320 x 426.jpg|2236|A rig removes material to create a deep trench for the basement wall|© Laing O'Rourke|A rig removes material to create a deep trench for the basement wall|
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|/media/85952/construction september - creating the basement wall.jpg|2343|Creating the basement wall|© Laing O'Rourke|Creating the basement wall|
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Construction slideshow 3 October 2011

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|/media/87468/dscn1701.jpg|2434|Archaeologists finish exploring the site. 19 April 2011.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Archaeologists finish exploring the site|
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|/media/87484/dscn1754.jpg|2435|Clearing rubble from the eastern end of The Francis Crick Institute site. 27 April 2011.|© Laing O'Rourke|The site is cleared of loose debris|
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|/media/87500/dscn1812.jpg|2436|The site is cleared ahead of construction of an access road to the British Library. 3 May 2011.|© Laing O'Rourke|The site is cleared ahead of construction of an access road to the British Library. 3 May 2011.|
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|/media/87516/dscn1842.jpg|2437|The site is cleared in readiness for construction. 9 May 2011. |© Laing O'Rourke|The site is cleared in preparation for construction works to begin. 9 May 2011.|
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|/media/87532/photo-2.jpg|2438|Demolishing the red-brick perimeter wall. 12 May 2011|© Laing O'Rourke|Demolishing the old red-brick perimeter wall at Ossulston Street and Brill Place|
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|/media/87548/construction-clearing-the-site15-may-2011.jpg|2439|Breaking up concrete and tarmac from the site. 16 May 2011.|© Laing O'Rourke|Breaking up concrete and tarmac from the site. 16 May 2011.|
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|/media/87564/crane-on-the-site-june.jpg|2440|The first tower crane is erected. 14 June 2011.|© Laing O'Rourke|The first tower crane is erected. 14 June 2011.|
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|/media/87580/erecting-the-first-crane.jpg|2441|The first tower crane is erected on site. 14 June 2011.|© Laing O'Rourke|The first tower crane is erected. 14 June 2011.|
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|/media/87596/site-progress-15-jul-11-01.jpg|2442|Removing debris continues. 15 July 2011.|© Laing O'Rourke|Removing debris continues. 15 July 2011.|
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|/media/87612/start of d wall 15 july.jpg|2443|Testing the ground conditions to finalise the design of the foundations. 15 July 2011.|© Laing O'Rourke|Testing the ground conditions to finalise the design of the piles. |
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|/media/87628/site-08.08.11-02.jpg|2444|Testing the ground continues. 15 July 2011.|© Laing O'Rourke|Testing the ground continues. 15 July 2011.|
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|/media/87644/p1100369[1].jpg|2445|Installing the basement wall continues. 7 September 2011. |© Laing o'Rourke|Installing the basement wall continues. 7 September 2011.|
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|/media/87660/d-wall-august.jpg|2446|A rig creates a trench for the basement wall. 14 September 2011.|© Laing O'Rourke|A rig creates a trench for the basement wall. 14 September 2011.|
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|/media/87676/preparing-the-site-sept.jpg|2447|Creating the basement wall continues. 8 September 2011.|© Laing O'Rourke|Creating the basement wall continues. 8 September 2011.|
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|/media/87692/site-14-09-11-10.jpg|2448|Removing out of date foundations and rubble. 14 September 2011.|© Laing O'Rourke|Removing out of date foundations and rubble. 14 September 2011.|
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|/media/87708/aerial-view.jpg|2449|View of the site from the roof of the British Library. 7 September 2011.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Aerial view of the site from the British Library. 7 September 2011.|
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|/media/89649/oct - 2011 aerial view of west end of site.jpg|2526|Excavating the site|© The Francis Crick Institute|Excavating the site|
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Construction slideshow 28 October 2011

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|/media/90494/c0073310_500px.jpg|2574|A view of the eastern end of The Francis Crick Institute construction site with crane and piling rig.|© Wellcome Images|A view of the eastern end of the construction site with crane and piling rig|
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|/media/90510/c0073311_500px.jpg|2575|Looking south across The Francis Crick Institute site as the basement is dug out.|© Wellcome Images|Looking south across The Francis Crick Institute site as the basement is dug out|
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|/media/90526/c0073312_600px.jpg|2576|Looking towards Ossulston Street as basement works continue|© Wellcome Images|Looking towards Ossulston Street as basement works continue|
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|/media/90542/c0073313_400px.jpg|2577|Looking towards Levita House with piling rig in foreground.|© Wellcome Images|Looking towards Levita House with piling rig in foreground|
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|/media/90558/c0073314_600px.jpg|2578|Looking south over site as the basement is excavated and piles are laid.|© Wellcome Images|Looking south over site as the basement is excavated and piles are laid|
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|/media/90574/c0073315_400px.jpg|2579|Diggers work over the pile of dug-out spoil on The Francis Crick Institute site with British Library in the background.|© Wellcome Images|Diggers work over pile of spoil on The Francis Crick Institute site|
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|/media/90590/c0073326_400px.jpg|2580|A piling rig lays foundations on the southerly basement wall of The Francis Crick Institute.|© Wellcome Images|A piling rig lays foundations on the southerly basement wall of The Francis Crick Institute|
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|/media/90622/c0073393_600px.jpg|2582|A piling rig drills into the ground as surveyors monitor the progress of work.|© Wellcome Images|A piling rig drills into the ground as surveyors monitor the progress of work|
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|/media/90606/c0073379_600px.jpg|2581|Diggers move clay, soil and cement from the Francis Crick Institute basement.|© Wellcome Images|Diggers move clay, soil and cement from the Francis Crick Institute basement|
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Construction slideshow 20 Dec 2011

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|/media/93120/piling_steel_close_450_11_12_20.jpg|2666|Steel reinforcement cage being lowered through the pile casing|© The Francis Crick Institute|Steel reinforcement cage being lowered through the pile casing|
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|/media/93136/piling_steel_450_11_12_20.jpg|2667|Steel cage reinforcement for foundations|© The Francis Crick Institute|Steel cage reinforcement for foundations|
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|/media/93152/tower_crane_assembly_11_12_20.jpg|2668|A 60m tower crane is assembled on the site.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A 60m tower crane is assembled on the site|
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|/media/93168/pouring_concrete_close_450_11_12_20.jpg|2669|Concrete is poured into the steel foundations of the first of the Institute's floors to be constructed|© The Francis Crick Institute|Concrete is poured into the steel foundations of the first of the Institute's floors to be constructed|
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|/media/93184/pouring_concrete_view_above_450_11_12_20.jpg|2670|Concrete pouring begins on the first of the Institute's floors to be constructed|© The Francis Crick Institute|Pouring concrete into steel foundations|
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|/media/93200/smoothing_concrete_450_11_12_20.jpg|2671|Concrete pouring of the first of the Institute's floors to be laid. |© The Francis Crick Institute|Concrete pouring of the first of the Institute's floors to be laid. |
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Construction slideshow March 2012

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|/media/2735/C0075663.jpg|2735|Digging out the basement||Digging out the basement|
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|/media/2736/C0075668.jpg|2736|A digger shovels soil for removal||A digger shovels soil for removal|
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|/media/2737/C0075686.jpg|2737|A view of the site with St Pancras and the British Library behind||A view of the site with St Pancras and the British Library behind|
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|/media/2738/C0075687.jpg|2738|The floors take shape||The floors take shape|
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|/media/2742/C0075691.jpg|2742|A closer look at the tower crane||A closer look at the tower crane|
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|/media/2744/C0075693.jpg|2744|Construction workers lay the floors||Construction workers lay the floors|
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|/media/2747/C0075696.jpg|2747|One of the last piles is installed||One of the last piles is installed|
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|/media/2751/C0075702.jpg|2751|Construction workers preparing to pour one of the basement floors||Construction workers preparing to pour one of the basement floors|
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Construction slideshow 30 May 2012

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Construction slide show 27 June 2012

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|/media/3140/C0079736.jpg|3140|The ground floor of the Institute being laid||The ground floor of the Institute being laid|
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|/media/3141/C0079654.jpg|3141|View of the basement of the Francis Crick Institute||View of the basement of the Francis Crick Institute|
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|/media/3143/C0079662.jpg|3143|Tower cranes at the Francis Crick Institute site||Tower cranes at the Francis Crick Institute site|
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|/media/3144/C0079667.jpg|3144|The ground floor slab is installed||The ground floor slab is installed|
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|/media/3145/C0079673.jpg|3145|Looking across the site to St Pancras||Looking across the site to St Pancras|
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|/media/3146/C0079680.jpg|3146|Looking south as the basement access ramp is removed (left)||Looking south as the basement access ramp is removed (left)|
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|/media/3147/C0079684.jpg|3147|A digger removing the last of the soil to be excavated||A digger removing the last of the soil to be excavated|
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|/media/3148/C0079686.jpg|3148|Construction workers install part of the ground floor||Construction workers install part of the ground floor|
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|/media/3149/C0079690.jpg|3149|Looking west over the site as the ground floor is installed||Looking west over the site as the ground floor is installed|
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|/media/3150/C0079694.jpg|3150|Tower cranes to the west||Tower cranes to the west|
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|/media/3151/C0079711.jpg|3151|Work on the basement goes on||Work on the basement goes on|
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|/media/3153/C0079716.jpg|3153|Work on the basement as the ground floor is installed||Work on the basement as the ground floor is installed|
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|/media/3154/C0079729.jpg|3154|A view over St Pancras from a tower crane||A view over St Pancras from a tower crane|
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Construction slideshow 30 August 2012

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Construction_slideshow_Nov_2012

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|/media/3444/1_Nights_draw_in_1024x681px.jpg|3444|Construction has progressed well through the Autumn. The construction programme is currently in week 84 of 179.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Construction has progressed well through the Autumn. The construction programme is currently in week 84 of 179.|
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|/media/3445/2_north_west_floor_pouring_1024x681px.jpg|3445|Concrete is poured to form the third floor of the north-west block.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Concrete is poured to form the third floor of the north-west block.|
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|/media/3446/3_preparing_the_floors_before_concrete_pouring1024x681px.jpg|3446|A floor-plate is lowered into place to prepare for the installation of a floor in the south-west of the site.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A floor-plate is lowered into place to prepare for the installation of a floor in the south-west of the site.|
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|/media/3447/4_looking_east_from_Walker_House_1024x681px.jpg|3447|The view through the east-west atrium from Walker House on Ossulston Street.|© The Francis Crick Institute|The view through the east-west atrium from Walker House on Ossulston Street.|
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|/media/3448/5_surveying_the_site_1024x681px.jpg|3448|A surveyor ensures the building is constructed to the correct measurements.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A surveyor ensures the building is constructed to the correct measurements.|
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|/media/3449/6_new_site_offices_1024x681px.jpg|3449|New site offices and meeting rooms were installed in one week in October. More than two hundred staff will move in to the cabins.|© The Francis Crick Institute|New site offices and meeting rooms were installed in one week in October. More than two hundred staff will move in to the cabins.|
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|/media/3450/7_progress_at_the_south_west1024x681px.jpg|3450|Progress is going well at the south-west corner of the site with the fourth floor being poured.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Progress is going well at the south-west corner of the site with the fourth floor being poured.|
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|/media/3451/8_the_southern_facade_1024x681px.jpg|3451|The southern flank of the Institute is taking shape. The cranes working at the King’s Cross Central site can be seen to the east of St Pancras.|© The Francis Crick Institute|The southern flank of the Institute is taking shape. The cranes working at the King’s Cross Central site can be seen to the east of St Pancras.|
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|/media/3452/9.Constructing_the_south_west_block1024x681px.jpg|3452|Pre-cast concrete slabs are laid at the south-west of the site. Using slabs made off-site is greener, safer, speeds up construction and improves the quality of the finish.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Pre-cast concrete slabs are laid at the south-west of the site. Using slabs made off-site is greener, safer, speeds up construction and improves the quality of the finish.|
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|/media/3453/10_A_view_from_the_crane_1024x681px.jpg|3453|A view of the site from the western tower crane with the shape of the Institute becoming clear.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A view of the site from the western tower crane with the shape of the Institute becoming clear.|
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|/media/3454/11_the-north_east_basement_1024x681px.jpg|3454|The basement to the north-east of the site has now been finished which means work can start on the ground floor above.|© The Francis Crick Institute|The basement to the north-east of the site has now been finished which means work can start on the ground floor above.|
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|/media/3455/12_crane_view_towards_St_Pancras_1024x681px.jpg|3455|A view towards the city from the western tower crane.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A view towards the city from the western tower crane.|
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|/media/3456/13_pre-cast_concrete_core_1024x681px.jpg|3456|The core areas of the building which will contain lifts and stairwells are being installed. These ‘cores’ are made off-site, delivered on wide-load lorries, and lowered into place using tower cranes.|© The Francis Crick Institute|The core areas of the building which will contain lifts and stairwells are being installed. These ‘cores’ are made off-site, delivered on wide-load lorries, and lowered into place using tower cranes.|
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|/media/3457/14_steel_cages_installed_for_concrete_pillars681x1024px.jpg|3457|Steel cages are installed ready to reinforce the concrete pillars on the site.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Steel cages are installed ready to reinforce the concrete pillars on the site.|
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|/media/3458/15_pouring_a_concrete_floor_1024x681px.jpg|3458|Workers pour a concrete floor at the north-west of the site.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Workers pour a concrete floor at the north-west of the site.|
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|/media/3459/16_brickwork_in_the_basement_681x1024px.jpg|3459|Brick-layers have started laying blocks to create the rooms in the basements.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Brick-layers have started laying blocks to create the rooms in the basements.|
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|/media/3460/17_pipework_in_the_basement_681x1024px.jpg|3460|The first pipework is installed.|© The Francis Crick Institute|The first pipework is installed.|
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|/media/3461/18_a_temporary_staircase_680x1024.jpg|3461|A temporary scaffold staircase leads up from the basements. |© The Francis Crick Institute|A temporary scaffold staircase leads up from the basements. |
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|/media/3497/DSCN0093.jpg|3497|A 60m tower crane is assembled on the site.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A 60m tower crane is assembled on the site.|
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|/media/3498/DSCN0098.jpg|3498|Steel reinforcement cage being lowered through the pile casing |© The Francis Crick Institute|Steel reinforcement cage being lowered through the pile casing |
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|/media/3499/DSCN0103.jpg|3499|Concrete pouring of the first of the Institute's floors to be laid.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Concrete pouring of the first of the Institute's floors to be laid.|
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|/media/3500/DSCN0113.jpg|3500|Concrete pouring begins on the first of the Institute's floors to be constructed|© The Francis Crick Institute|Concrete pouring begins on the first of the Institute's floors to be constructed|
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|/media/3501/DSCN0127.jpg|3501|Concrete is poured into the steel foundations of the first of the Institute's floors to be constructed|© The Francis Crick Institute|Concrete is poured into the steel foundations of the first of the Institute's floors to be constructed|
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|/media/3502/DSCN0141.jpg|3502|Steel cage reinforcement for foundations|© The Francis Crick Institute|Steel cage reinforcement for foundations|
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|/media/3503/DSCN0143.jpg|3503|Washing the wheels of lorries queuing to leave the site|© The Francis Crick Institute|Washing the wheels of lorries queuing to leave the site|
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|/media/3505/C0073310.jpg|3505|A view of the eastern end of The Francis Crick Institute construction site with crane and piling rig.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A view of the eastern end of The Francis Crick Institute construction site with crane and piling rig.|
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|/media/3506/C0073311.jpg|3506|Looking south across The Francis Crick Institute site as the basement is dug out.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Looking south across The Francis Crick Institute site as the basement is dug out.|
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|/media/3507/C0073312.jpg|3507|Looking towards Ossulston Street as basement works continue.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Looking towards Ossulston Street as basement works continue.|
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|/media/3508/C0073313.jpg|3508|Looking towards Levita House with piling rig in foreground.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Looking towards Levita House with piling rig in foreground.|
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|/media/3509/C0073314.jpg|3509|Looking south over site as the basement is excavated and piles are laid.|© Looking south over site as the basement is excavated and piles are laid.|Looking south over site as the basement is excavated and piles are laid.|
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|/media/3510/C0073315.jpg|3510|Diggers work over the pile of dug-out spoil on The Francis Crick Institute site with British Library in the background.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Diggers work over the pile of dug-out spoil on The Francis Crick Institute site with British Library in the background.|
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|/media/3511/C0073326.jpg|3511|Looking towards Levita House with piling rig in foreground.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Looking towards Levita House with piling rig in foreground.|
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|/media/3512/C0073379.jpg|3512|Diggers move clay, soil and cement from the Francis Crick Institute basement.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Diggers move clay, soil and cement from the Francis Crick Institute basement.|
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|/media/3513/C0073393.jpg|3513|A piling rig drills into the ground as surveyors monitor the progress of work. |© The Francis Crick Institute|A piling rig drills into the ground as surveyors monitor the progress of work. |
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|/media/3519/C0076661.jpg|3519|Installing the pillars.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Installing the pillars.|
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|/media/3521/C0076673.jpg|3521|Preparing to pour concrete.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Preparing to pour concrete.|
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|/media/3522/C0076675.jpg|3522|A basement floor being constructed.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A basement floor being constructed.|
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|/media/3684/C0085676_682x1024px.jpg|3684|Rooms taking shape in the basement |© Wellcome Images|Rooms taking shape in the basement |
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|/media/3686/C0085698_1024x682px.jpg|3686|View of the southern elevation of the Institute|© Wellcome Images|View of the southern elevation|
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|/media/3687/C0085701_1024x682px.jpg|3687|Looking west from the 6th floor|© Wellcome Images|Looking west from the 6th floor|
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|/media/3688/C0085691_1024x682px.jpg|3688|Looking up to the sky from the central atrium|© Wellcome Images|Looking up to the sky|
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|/media/3689/C0085720_1024x682px.jpg|3689|View eastwards down the central atrium towards St Pancras||View eastwards down the central atrium|
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|/media/3690/C0085705_1024x682px.jpg|3690|View from the central tower crane showing the 6th floor being constructed|© Wellcome Images|View from the central tower crane|
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|/media/3692/C0085729_1024x682px.jpg|3692|Steelwork being installed to form the auditorium|© Wellcome Images|Steelwork being installed to form the auditorium|
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|/media/3693/C0085637_682x1024px.jpg|3693|Liftshaft in the Institute|© Wellcome Images|Liftshaft in the Institute|
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|/media/3694/C0085550_1024x677px.jpg|3694|The north elevation of the Institute, looking towards St Pancras |© Wellcome Images|The north elevation of the Institute|
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|/media/3959/C0088550_682x1024px.jpg|3959|Services have started to be fitted out inside the building||Services have started to be fitted out inside the building|
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Construction slideshow April 2014

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|/media/4983/BL_20140304_0900_1024x768px.jpg|4983|The southern facade of the Crick, taken from the British Library.||The southern facade of the Crick, taken from the British Library.|
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|/media/4984/C0101396_1024x768px.jpg|4984|The south-west corner of the Crick showing the Living Centre on the ground and first floors.||The south-west corner of the Crick showing the Living Centre on the ground and first floors|
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|/media/4987/C0101425_1204x768px.jpg|4987|Construction workers installing the roof louvers.||Construction workers installing the roof louvers.|
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|/media/4988/C0101437_1024x768px.jpg|4988|The eastern facade and main entrance of the Crick, taken from outside St Pancras station.||The eastern facade and main entrance of the Crick, taken from outside St Pancras station.|
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|/media/4989/C0101468_1024x768px.jpg|4989|Inside the roof, looking out towards the south-west. The gaps are where the louvers have yet to be installed.||Inside the roof, looking out towards the south-west. The gaps are where the louvers have yet to be installed.|
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|/media/4990/C0101504_1024x768px.jpg|4990|A corridor with labs to the right-hand side. There will be no doors or walls between the corridor and these lab spaces, in order to make the institute as open as possible. ||A corridor with labs to the right-hand side. There will be no doors or walls between the corridor and the dry lab spaces, in order to make the institute as open as possible. |
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|/media/57029/image_2_5.jpg|2040|The entrance to the good yard on Brill Place in 1927.|© National Railway Museum/ Science and Society Picture Library|Entrance to the Goods Yard in 1927.|
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|/media/57045/image_2_1__640x427px.jpg|2041|St Pancras from Pentonville Road looking west in the evening by John O'Connor, 1884.|© Museum of London|A painting of St Pancras from Pentonville Road looking west in the evening by John O'Connor, 1884.|
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|/media/57013/unloading_milk.jpg|2039|Milk unloaded from a train.|© National Railway Museum/ Science and Society Picture Library|Milk unloaded from a train at the Somers Town Goods Yard.|
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|/media/57061/image_1_2__640x427px.jpg|2042|Railway works in St Pancras Old Churchyard.|© London Metropolitan Archives|Railway works in St Pancras Old Churchyard.|
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|/media/57077/sspl_10322399___640x427px.jpg|2043|A view of the Milk and Fish depot, c1894, showing horses and carts used for collection and delivery.|© National Railway Museum/ Science and Society|A view of the Milk and Fish depot, c1894, showing horses and carts used for collection and delivery.|
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|/media/57093/sspl_10313341___640x427px.jpg|2044|A view of the Somers Town Goods Yard and St Pancras from south of the Euston Road.|© National Railway Museum/ Science and Society|A view of the Somers Town Goods Yard and St Pancras from south of the Euston Road.|
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|/media/253475/kings_dna.jpg|8244|The structure of part of a DNA double helix|© Creative Commons|The structure of part of a DNA double helix|
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|/media/177991/microscopic_spheres_of_calcium_phosphate.jpg|5702|Thousands of hydroxyapatite spheres (magenta), each just a few microns across, are found in large drusen deposits within the eye. |© Imre Lengyel, UCL|Thousands of hydroxyapatite spheres (magenta), each just a few microns across, are found in large drusen deposits within the eye |
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|/media/145815/bloomsbury_-_1_-_640px.jpg|4539|Young people looking at their cheek cells under a microscope at the Bloomsbury Festival |© The Francis Crick Institute|Young people looking at their cheek cells under a microscope at the Bloomsbury Festival |
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|/media/10533/Exhibition_Crick-0611.jpg|10533|‘Genetic tree’ figure representing an advanced cancer tumour of the kidney found in one patient|© Dr Charlie Swanton, head of the Translational Cancer Therapeutics Laboratory, 2014.|‘Genetic tree’ figure representing an advanced cancer tumour of the kidney found in one patient|
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|/media/10546/OS_image2.jpg|10546|A Feeding Frenzy: Still from a video microscopy of dendritic cell-cancer cell interaction|© Dr Oliver Schulz, Immunobiology Laboratory led by Prof Caetano Reis e Sousa, and Colin Gray, Light Microscopy Science Technology Platform, 2002.|A Feeding Frenzy: Still from a video microscopy of dendritic cell-cancer cell interaction|
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|/media/10555/10_FRICKEL- (1).jpg|10555|Ubiquitin localisation to the parasitophorous vacuole of Toxoplasma is strain and interferon dependent |© Dr Eva Frickel, head of the Host-Toxoplasma Interaction Laboratory, and Dr Barbara Clough, 2014|Ubiquitin localisation to the parasitophorous vacuole of Toxoplasma is strain and interferon dependent|
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|/media/10790/SCAFFIDI_image.jpg|10790|Not just a ball of cells: images of cancer tissue illustrate the irregularity and diversity of tumours. Dr Paola Scaffidi, head of the Cancer Epigenetics Laboratory, 2016.||Not just a ball of cells: images of cancer tissue illustrate the irregularity and diversity of tumours|
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|/media/322801/c0136010.jpg|10223|In Conversation with Conrad Shawcross event held in the Crick's auditorium ©Wellcome Images||In Conversation with Conrad Shawcross|
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|/media/324442/c0128684.jpg|10264|Women in STEM event organised by the Crick's Education Outreach team ©Wellcome Images||Women in STEM event organised by the Crick's Education Outreach team ©Wellcome Images|
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|/media/10311/Crick chat_web2.jpg|10311|Crick Chat on Depression with speakers Patricia Zunszain from King's College London, and Francois Guillemot from the Crick © Wellcome Images||Crick Chat on Depression|
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|/media/340953/picture1.jpg|10670|03.28: Photo taken by Tim Peake of central London from space|© ESA/NASA|03.38: Photo taken by Tim Peake of central London from space|
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|/media/340995/cell1.png|10672|03.56: Light microscopy image of neural cells |© Darcy et al., 2006, Nat Neuroscience |03.56: Light microscopy image of neural cells |
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Crick Discovery Day

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|/media/376219/mas_at_dd_wellcome_images_michael_bowles.jpg|11410|Cell biologist Joana Pinto during a Meet a scientist session|© Wellcome Images/Michael Bowles|Cell biologist Joana Pinto during a Meet a scientist session|
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Science on Screen

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|/media/393199/crick_and_watson_film_still.jpg|11831|Life Story: The Race for the Double Helix||Life Story: The Race for the Double Helix|
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|/media/393183/imitation_game.jpg|11830|Image credit: Black Bear Pictures, Bristol Automative |© Image credit: Black Bear Pictures, Bristol Automative |The Imitation Game|
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Art-Science workshops

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Events

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|/media/3199/C0080217.jpg|3199|Steve O'Rahilly |© Wellcome Images|Steve O'Rahilly talking to guests|
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|/media/3201/C0080198.jpg|3201|Linda Partridge from UCL |© Wellcome Images|Linda Partridge|
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BL Science

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FCI

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|/media/74011/tap1498_fci_clustermap_oct_2011_v2.jpg|2077|Location map showing The Francis Crick Institute amid a cluster of research and clinical centres.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Location map showing The Francis Crick Institute amid a cluster of research and clinical centres.|
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General science images

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UCL

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|/media/1381/acbe_107_fromucl.jpg|1145|Two researchers looking into the effects of lorem ipsum dolors quanto factora nestara.|© © UCL|Researchers in laboratory|
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|/media/145879/ucl_scan_205x108.jpg|4543|Neurologists assess a scan of the brain, UCL Institute of Neurology.|© UCL Creative Media Services|Neurologists assess a scan of the brain, UCL Institute of Neurology. |
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|/media/4131/20091112__mg_7540.jpg|1210|Man at computer looking at scientific model|© Noel Murphy|Man at computer|
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|/media/13088/200511234-001_640_480.jpg|1412|Student studying molecular structure in teaching lab.|© Punchstock|Student studying molecular structure in teaching lab.|
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|/media/13480/ukcmri_midland-road-looking-south_thumb.jpg|1413|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|© Justin Piperger Photography / Wadsworth3d.|View across the Brill Place-Midland Road junction.|
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|/media/13495/200511234-001_640_480_thumb.jpg|1414|Student studying molecular structure in teaching lab.|© Punchstock|Student studying molecular structure in teaching lab.|
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|/media/145669/iris_salecker_neurons_in_drosophila_-_640px.jpg|4529|Neurons in the adult Drosophila visual system.|© Dafni Hadjieconomou and Iris Salecker, NIMR|Neurons in the adult Drosophila visual system. |
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|/media/145701/rosenthal_lab_flu_cryotomography_-_640px.jpg|4531|An image of the influenza virus surface in 3D based on data from electron crytomography.|© Sebastian Wasilewski and Lesley Calder, NIMR|An image of the influenza virus surface in 3D based on data from electron crytomography.|
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|/media/145717/skin_cancer_-_640px.jpg|4532|Scanning Electron Micrograph of a Skin Cancer Cell (false-coloured).|© Anne Weston, CRUK LRI Electron Microscopy Core Technology Facility|Scanning Electron Micrograph of a Skin Cancer Cell (false-coloured).|
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|/media/145733/uclscan_-_640px.jpg|4533|Neurologists assess a scan of the brain, UCL Institute of Neurology.|© UCL Creative Media Services|Neurologists assess a scan of the brain, UCL Institute of Neurology.|
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|/media/145847/rosenthal_lab_fly_crymotomography_710x240px.jpg|4541|Influenza virus surface in 3D based on data from electron cryotomography.|© Sebastian Wasilewski and Lesley Calder, NIMR|An image of the influenza virus surface in 3D based on data from electron cryotomography. |
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|/media/145863/skin_cancer_cell_-_205x108px.jpg|4542|Scanning Electron Micrograph of a Skin Cancer Cell (false -coloured).|© Anne Weston, CRUK LRI Electron Microscopy Core Technology Facility|Scanning Electron Micrograph of a Skin Cancer Cell (false -coloured).|
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HoardingGallery

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|/media/82508/hoardings_1_1r.jpg|2214|The story of medicine inspired young people from the One Housing Project on Grays Inn Road to create the images on one of the panels.|© The Francis Crick Insitute|The story of medicine inspired young people from the One Housing Project on Grays Inn Road to create the images on one of the panels.|
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|/media/82524/hoardings_1_2r.jpg|2215|The story of medicine inspired young people from the One Housing Project on Grays Inn Road to create the images on one of the panels.|© The Francis Crick Insitute|The story of medicine inspired young people from the One Housing Project on Grays Inn Road to create the images on one of the panels.|
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|/media/82540/hoardings_1_4r.jpg|2216|The story of medicine inspired young people from the One Housing Project on Grays Inn Road to create the images on one of the panels.|© The Francis Crick Insitute|The story of medicine inspired young people from the One Housing Project on Grays Inn Road to create the images on one of the panels.|
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|/media/82556/hoardings_2_1r.jpg|2217|Pupils from Argyle Primary School created these bright and energetic paintings based upon Francis Crick's discovery of DNA.|© The Francis Crick Insitute|Pupils from Argyle Primary School created these bright and energetic paintings based upon Francis Crick's discovery of DNA.|
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|/media/82574/hoardings _2_2r.jpg|2219|Pupils from Argyle Primary School created these bright and energetic paintings based upon Francis Crick's discovery of DNA.|© The Francis Crick Insitute|Pupils from Argyle Primary School created these bright and energetic paintings based upon Francis Crick's discovery of DNA.|
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|/media/82590/hoardings_2_3r.jpg|2220|Pupils from Argyle Primary School created these bright and energetic paintings based upon Francis Crick's discovery of DNA.|© The Francis Crick Insitute|Pupils from Argyle Primary School created these bright and energetic paintings based upon Francis Crick's discovery of DNA.|
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|/media/82606/hoardings_3_1r.jpg|2221|Young people from New Horizon Youth Centre, a project on Chalton Street, produced these images in a workshop exploring 'nasty endings' - which looked at the epidemics of the past which have killed millions.|© The Francis Crick Insitute|Young people from New Horizon Youth Centre, a project on Chalton Street, produced these images in a workshop exploring 'nasty endings' - which looked at the epidemics of the past which have killed millions.|
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|/media/82622/hoardings_3_2r.jpg|2222|Young people from New Horizon Youth Centre, a project on Chalton Street, produced these images in a workshop exploring 'nasty endings' - which looked at the epidemics of the past which have killed millions.|© The Francis Crick Insitute|Young people from New Horizon Youth Centre, a project on Chalton Street, produced these images in a workshop exploring 'nasty endings' - which looked at the epidemics of the past which have killed millions.|
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|/media/82638/hoardings_3_3r.jpg|2223|Young people from New Horizon Youth Centre, a project on Chalton Street, produced these images in a workshop exploring 'nasty endings' - which looked at the epidemics of the past which have killed millions.|© The Francis Crick Insitute|Young people from New Horizon Youth Centre, a project on Chalton Street, produced these images in a workshop exploring 'nasty endings' - which looked at the epidemics of the past which have killed millions.|
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HoardingStrips

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|/media/83500/hoarding_strip_4.jpg|2268|A selection of individual art images from the hoardings.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A selection of individual art images from the hoardings.|
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|/media/83516/hoarding_strip_3.jpg|2269|A selection of individual art images from the hoardings.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A selection of individual art images from the hoardings.|
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|/media/83532/hoarding_strip_2.jpg|2270|A selection of individual art images from the hoardings.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A selection of individual art images from the hoardings.|
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|/media/83548/hoarding_strip_1.jpg|2271|A selection of individual art images from the hoardings.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A selection of individual art images from the hoardings.|
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Laing O'Rourke

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Images for construction gallery

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|/media/2057/Fri 6th May_Site_015.jpg|2057|Break out activities to condense surface material.|© Laing O'Rourke|Break out activities to condense surface material.|
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|/media/2059/Fri 6th May_Site_010.jpg|2059|Breaking up the concrete areas.|© Laing O'Rourke|Breaking up the concrete areas.|
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|/media/2058/Fri 6th May_Site_005.jpg|2058|Site taking shape with access walkways for operatives and materials storage.|© Laing O'Rourke|Site taking shape.|
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Living Centre

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|/media/89234/entrance-and-reception-desk.jpg|2490|Entrance and Reception desk|© The Francis Crick Institute|Entrance and Reception desk|
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|/media/89250/main-hall.jpg|2491|Living Centre main hall|© The Francis Crick Institute|Living Centre main hall|
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|/media/89266/kitchenette-and-meeting-area.jpg|2492|Meeting space and kitchen|© The Francis Crick Institute|Meeting space and kitchen|
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|/media/89282/open-space-1.jpg|2493|How the second floor of the Living Centre could look |© The Francis Crick Institute|Open area within the Living Centre|
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LivinginLondon

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|/media/311850/london_street_stock.png|9883|A typical London street||A typical London street|
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|/media/311866/piggy_bank_stock.png|9884|Piggy bank||Piggy bank|
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local community

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|/media/145046/walker_house.jpg|4509|Young people at Walker House Youth Club.||Young people at Walker House Youth Club|
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|/media/145268/local_area_-_from_community_briefing_presentation.jpg|4518|Aerial view of local area.||Aerial view of local area.|
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|/media/153241/science_and_sunshine_at_start_1024x683px.jpg|4801|Festival goers creating their very own cell cupcakes at the Crick stall at the Somers Town Festival of Cultures 2014. © Wellcome Images.|© © Wellcome Images.|Festival goers creating their very own cell cupcakes at the Crick stall at the Somers Town Festival of Cultures 2014 |
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|/media/162946/edited_crowd_shot_low_res.jpg|5148|Previous Community Update event||Previous Community Update event|
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|/media/210744/research_focus_caroline_hill_1024x683px.jpg|7332|Dr Caroline Hill shares her research at a Crick Community Update © Wellcome Images.||Dr Caroline Hill shares her research at a Crick Community Update |
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|/media/10252/C0104031.jpg|10252|The Crick at Somers Town Festival of Cultures © Wellcome Images||The Crick at Somers Town Festival of Cultures © Wellcome Images|
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|/media/324345/science_buskers_at_cally_road_festival.jpg|10253|Our science buskers at Cally Road Festival 2015 © Wellcome Images||Our science buskers at Cally Road Festival 2015 |
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|/media/10254/Cally road festival 2015.jpg|10254|Making cell cupcakes with the Crick at Cally Road Festival |© Wellcome Images|Making cell cupcakes with the Crick at Cally Road Festival |
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|/media/10255/Community update 2015.jpg|10255|The Crick's Education Outreach team presenting at a Community Update meeting||The Crick's Education Outreach team presenting at a Community Update meeting|
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|/media/10267/Living Centre space.jpg|10267|The Living Centre on Ossulston Street ©Wellcome Images||The Living Centre on Ossulston Street|
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LRI

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|/media/78440/rsch_108-highres_-y_460x310px.jpg|2149|A student finds out what happens to human cells when they come into contact with UV light.|© Cancer Research UK|A student finds out what happens to human cells when they come into contact with UV light.|
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|/media/317326/map_-_correct_label_pointing.png|10066|Map of the Francis Crick Institute's location||Map of the Francis Crick Institute's location|
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Modern Slavery Statement

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MOLA

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|/media/2019/midland railway.JPG|2019|Midland Railway's Somers Town Goods depot, 23 May 1922.|© National Railway Museum / Science & Society Picture Library|Midland Railway's Somers Town Goods depot, 23 May 1922.|
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|/media/2020/Outside the goods office.JPG|2020|Delivery vans waiting outside Midland Railway's Somers Town Goods Offices, London, 23 May 1922. |© National Railway Museum / Science & Society Picture Library |Delivery vans waiting outside Midland Railway's Somers Town Goods Offices|
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|/media/2021/Unloading milk.JPG|2021|Midland Railway porters unloading milk at Somers Town dock, c 1890. |© National Railway Museum / Science & Society Picture Library |Midland Railway porters unloading milk at Somers Town dock, c 1890. |
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|/media/247495/ucl.jpg|8075|Prion protein expressed in E. coli.||Prion protein expressed in E. coli.|
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New_exhibition

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Paul Nurse Influential

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|/media/48895/eureka100cover_7oct10.jpg|1877|The Times’ Eureka 100, The Science List.|© Times Newspapers Ltd|The Times’ Eureka 100, The Science List.|
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|/media/48911/eureka100cover_7oct10_crop.jpg|1878|The Times’ Eureka 100, The Science List.|© Times Newspapers Ltd|The Times’ Eureka 100, The Science List.|
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|/media/50588/george-osborne-20-10-10.jpg|1889|||George Osbourne.|
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|/media/91935/cam and clegg cropped.jpg|2645|David Cameron and Nick Clegg|© Number 10 Downing Street|David Cameron and Nick Clegg|
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George Osborne visit July 2012

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|/media/3221/Walking_the_site.jpg|3221|Paul Nurse in discussion with the Chancellor George Osborne at the Francis Crick Institute site|© Wellcome Images|Paul Nurse in discussion with the Chancellor George Osborne |
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|/media/3222/Discussing_GDP_figures_with _Stephanie_Flanders.jpg|3222|George Osborne discusses GDP figures with the press |© Wellcome Images|George Osborne discusses GDP figures with the press|
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|/media/3223/Discussing_the_Institute.jpg|3223|George Osborne studies a model of the Crick |© Wellcome Images|George Osborne studies a model of the Crick|
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|/media/3224/George_Osborne_visit.jpg|3224|George Osborne on a visit to the Crick site |© Wellcome Images|George Osborne on a visit to the Crick|
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|/media/3225/Meet_the_press.jpg|3225|George Osborne is questioned by the press on the Crick site|© Wellcome Images|George Osborne is greeted by the press on the Crick site|
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|/media/3226/Walking_the_perimeter.jpg|3226|Paul Nurse escorts the Chancellor around the Crick site|© Wellcome Images|Paul Nurse escorts the Chancellor around the Crick site|
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|/media/50924/humangenome_wellcomecollection.jpg|1895|The first printout of the human genome is on display at the Wellcome Collection, London.||The first printout of the human genome is on display at the Wellcome Collection, London.|
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|/media/51943/signing_line_up_600px_381px.jpg|1906|David Willetts MP and Lord Howe watch as UKCMRI founders sign Joint Venture Agreement.|© Wellcome Images|Founder CEOs signing the UKCMRI Joint Venture Agreement.|
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|/media/51994/new picture.png|1907|A computer generated view of the planned pathway between St Pancras International and Ossulston Street.|© Wadsworth3D|A computer generated view of the planned pathway between St Pancras International and Ossulston Street.|
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|/media/54768/boris_johnson%20crop.jpg|1979|Boris Johnson has approved plans for UKCMRI.|© Greater London Authority|Boris Johnson, Mayor of London.|
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|/media/54784/boris johnson2.jpg|1980|Boris Johnson has approved plans for the UK Centre for Medical Research and Innovation (UKCMRI).|© Greater London Authority|Boris Johnson, Mayor of London.|
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|/media/55620/20100811-_mg_3106.jpg|2003|Mary Wu with colleagues at the Systems Biology Lab, NIMR.|© Noel Murphy|Image of three scientists at the Systems Biology Lab at the National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR).|
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|/media/57832/dig box anon bl sp background april 2011.jpg|2052|Exploring the past at the site of The Francis Crick Institute.|© Museum of London Archaeology|Exploring the past at the site of The Francis Crick Institute.|
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|/media/57956/simon boulton.jpg|2056|Dr Simon Boulton, a Senior Group Leader at Cancer Research UK’s London Research Institute, was awarded the 2011 European Molecular Biology Organization Gold Medal.|© Cancer Research UK|An image of Dr Simon Boulton, a Senior Group Leader at Cancer Research UK’s London Research Institute. Simon was awarded the 2011 European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) Gold Medal.|
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|/media/79297/philip_yea_2[1]_460x210px.jpg|2153|Philip Yea has been appointed to the board of The Francis Crick Institute as a director and trustee.|© Philip Yea|Philip Yea, Trustee of The Francis Crick Institute.|
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|/media/81457/startfestival_475x240px.jpg|2161|Children make bracelets with UV beads and meet celebrity guest Ivor Goodsite at Somers Town festival, 9 July 2011. |© The Francis Crick Institute|Somers Town children make bracelets with UV beads to learn about skin cancer and meet Ivor Goodsite at Francis Crick stall at the START festival 2011|
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Community projects

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|/media/81707/hoardings-10 web.jpg|2178|One of ten murals around The Francis Crick Institute construction site displaying art inspired by scientific and medical themes.|© The Francis Crick Institute|One of ten murals around The Francis Crick Institute construction site displaying art inspired by scientific and medical themes.|
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June 2012 Clean up Camden

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|/media/3039/Clean up Camden graffiti removal 2 June 2012.JPG|3039|Volunteers from Laing O'Rourke remove graffiti at Camden Lock|© Laing O'Rourke|Volunteers from Laing O'Rourke remove graffiti at Camden Lock|
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|/media/3041/Clean up Camden graffiti 2 June 2012.JPG|3041|Camden Lock gets a facelift thanks to volunteers from Laing O'Rourke|© Laing O'Rourke|Camden Lock gets a facelift thanks to volunteers from Laing O'Rourke|
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START festival

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START 2012

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|/media/3176/DSCN1046.JPG|3176|Trying to unravel a knotty problem|© The Francis Crick Institute|Trying to unravel a knotty problem|
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|/media/3177/DSCN1020.JPG|3177|Another knotty problem|© The Francis Crick Institute|Another knotty problem|
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|/media/3178/DSCN1024.JPG|3178|Science busking at the Crick stand|© The Francis Crick Institute|Science busking at the Crick stand|
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|/media/3179/DSCN1029.JPG|3179|Keepy-uppy ping pong||Keepy-uppy ping pong|
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|/media/3180/DSCN1032.JPG|3180|Students from South Camden Community School parade up Ossulston Street, Somers Town|© The Francis Crick Institute|Somers Town festival parade|
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|/media/3181/DSCN1034.JPG|3181|Students from South Camden Community School parade up Ossulston Street, Somers Town|© The Francis Crick Institute|Parading up Ossulston Street|
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|/media/3182/DSCN1036.JPG|3182|The parade passes the Crick stand|© The Francis Crick Institute|The parade passes the Crick stand|
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|/media/3183/DSCN1037.JPG|3183|Drumming by the Crick stand|© The Francis Crick Institute|Drumming by the Crick stand|
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|/media/3185/DSCN1043.JPG|3185|START carnival drummer|© The Francis Crick Institute|START carnival drummer|
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|/media/3186/DSCN1045.JPG|3186|Busking the festival goers|© The Francis Crick Institute|Busking the festival goers|
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|/media/81759/lor - ivor goodsite fri 8 july 11 57edited.jpg|2181|Considerate Constructors Scheme mascot, Ivor Goodsite, and The Francis Crick Institute construction site.|© Laing O'Rourke|Considerate Constructors Scheme mascot, Ivor Goodsite, and The Francis Crick Institute construction site |
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|/media/81793/crick_brandmark_01_rgb.jpg|2183|||The Francis Crick Institute logo|
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|/media/81896/img_4621edited web.jpg|2185|Information sign outside Visitor Centre|© The Francis Crick Institute|Image of information sign outside Visitor Centre|
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Science news

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|/media/83663/5 august 2011 alex gould paper in cell brain sparing and alk.jpeg|2276|Louise Cheng and Alex Gould from the National Institute for Medical Research |© NIMR|Louise Cheng (first author) and Alex Gould (corresponding author) of a paper in the journal Cell, 5 August 2011|
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|/media/83912/usual suspects.jpg|2285|The usual suspects: an identity parade of Drosophila fruit fly organs with their heights representing the percentages of growth spared during nutrient restriction. |© Alex Gould and Andrew Bailey|An identity parade of Drosophila organs ("the usual suspects") with their heights representing the percentages of growth spared during nutrient restriction.|
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Alex Gould 2011 Aug 05

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|/media/83930/gould2.jpeg|2287|Central Nervous System stem cells can grow during nutrient restriction while many other tissues cannot|© Alex Gould|Image shows how central nervous system stem cells can grow during nutrient restriction while many other tissues cannot|
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|/media/84000/gould1.jpeg|2290|The usual suspects: an identity parade of Drosophila fruit fly organs with their heights representing the percentages of growth spared during nutrient restriction. |© Alex Gould and Andrew Bailey|An identity parade of Drosophila organs ("the usual suspects") with their heights representing the percentages of growth spared during nutrient restriction.|
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|/media/89027/veldhoen-cell.jpg|2480|Intestinal and skin gd T cells depend on AhR for survival.|© Marc Veldhoen|Intestinal and skin gd T cells depend on AhR for survival|
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T cell response Strid and Hayday 011211

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|/media/92401/jessica strid.jpg|2648|Jessica Strid, paper author|© King's College London|Jessica Strid|
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|/media/92417/adrian hayday.jpg|2649|Adrian Hayday|© The Francis Crick Institute|Adrian Hayday|
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Non small Cell Lung cancer APR2012

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|/media/2917/lung cancer cells.jpg|2917|Lung cancer cells could be targeted by a combination of existing drugs|© Cancer Research UK|Lung cancer cells|
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Scientists

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James Turner June 2012

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|/media/109406/x-chromosome.jpg|3162|X chromosomes of a human female|© Department of Clinical Cytogenetics, Addenbrookes Hospital/Science Photo Library|X Chromosomes of a human female|
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Protecting genes from mutation May 2012

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|/media/109884/protecting_key_genes.jpg|3189|In the bacterium E. coli, different genes mutate at different rates, following a risk management strategy like those used in the stock market. |© Iñigo Martincorena |In the bacterium E. coli, different genes mutate at different rates |
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Neglected tropical diseases, July 12

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|/media/110808/neglected_tropical_diseases.jpg|3215|Malaria parasites develop and multiply inside red blood cells, burst out and invade new red blood cells|© Dr Mary Kneupfer|Malaria parasites develop and multiply inside red blood cells, burst out and invade new red blood cells|
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karran Sept 2012

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Breckenridge

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Kassiotis 24OCT2012

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|/media/114312/kassiotis-retrovirus-large.jpg|3364|The blue colouring show numerous retrovirus particles found in a lymphoma that developed in one of the mice used in the study|© George Kassiotis|The blue colouring show numerous retrovirus particles found in a lymphoma (cancer) that developed in one of the mice used in the study|
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Malaria life cycle OCT 2012

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|/media/114370/malaria-life-cycle-diagram.jpg|3368|The malaria parasite's life cycle|© The Francis Crick Institute|A diagram showing the life cycle of malaria|
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|/media/114422/effect_of_deleting_the_ppkl_gene_on_ookinete_development.jpg|3370|By deleting the gene for PPKL, the ookinete (the fertilised form of the malaria parasite) has a grossly abnormal shape and is no longer able to move spontaneously|© Tony Holder|Effect of deleting the PPKL gene on ookinete development|
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Dancing parapodia 31OCT2012

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|/media/114478/dancing_parapodia_full.jpg|3373|"Dancing parapodia" - the appendages that enable ragworms to move.|© Anne Weston/ Cancer Research UK|Anne Weston won the Royal Micrograph Society biennial competition for her image of "dancing parapodia" - the appendages that enable ragworms to move|
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Trojan horse Michael Way Nov 2012

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|/media/114638/vaccinia_virus_particles_leaving_a_host_cell_after_replicating.jpg|3381|Vaccinia virus particles leaving a host cell after replicating|© Science Photo Library|Vaccinia virus particles leaving a host cell after replicating|
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Chromosome_battle_Burgoyne_Sept2012

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|/media/114792/x_and_y_chromosomes.jpg|3392|X and Y chromosomes. Males have an X sex chromosome (pink) and a Y sex chromosome (blue) and females have two X sex chromosomes. |© Science Photo Library|X and Y chromosomes|
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Stem Cells Dec 2012

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|/media/120441/induced_stem_cells__light_micrograph_for_web.jpg|3635|Induced stem cells, light micrograph|© SILVIA RICCARDI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY|Induced stem cells, light micrograph|
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London Research Institute, Mark Petronczki

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|/media/3665/AnophelesGambiaemosquito.jpg|3665|Anopheles gambiae mosquito|© US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.|Anopheles gambiae mosquito|
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|/media/121767/journalpcbi1002738g001_web.jpg|3666|Gene mutations are directly linked to a change in length of the yeast cells. ||Gene mutations are directly linked to a change in length of the yeast cells. |
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|/media/121959/tuberculosis__x-ray.jpg|3679|Coloured X-ray of the chest of a male patient with pulmonary tuberculosis (TB).|© GUSTOIMAGES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY|Tuberculosis, X-ray|
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|/media/3681/DividingHumanCell.jpg|3681|Dividing human cell just before the final cut of cytokinesis. Centralspindlin marks the center of the mitotic spindle and connects the cell envelope to microtubules that make up the spindle. Centralspindlin is coloured red, the mitotic spindle is black and the chromosomes are blue.|© Mark Petronczki|Dividing human cell just before the final cut of cytokinesis.|
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|/media/123105/influenza_virus.png|3713|The influenza virus that caused the 1968 Hong Kong flu epidemic, magnified approximately 70,000 times.||Influenza Virus|
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|/media/123189/ncb2658_wehr_et_al_copy.jpg|3718|Small patches of fruit fly cells (coloured green) have lost Hippo pathway activity. These will go on to form abnormal growths in the fly's wing.||Small patches of fruit fly cells (coloured green) have lost Hippo pathway activity.|
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|/media/125278/seratonin.jpg|3799|Ball-and-stick model of serotonin, C10H12N2O.||Ball-and-stick model of serotonin|
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|/media/126016/inside_a_peyer_s_patch.jpg|3810|Inside a Peyer's patch. Th17 cells are shown in green among general B cells (in blue) and B cells that have been induced to make IgA by the Th17 cells (in red).||Inside a Peyer's patch.|
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|/media/126106/halligan.jpg|3813|CT scanner |© Image courtesy of joncallas on Flickr|CT scanner |
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|/media/127231/false-colour_lm_of_a_set_of_male_chromosomes.jpg|3841|A full set of 46 chromosomes in a normal human (male) cell.|© CNRI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY|False-colour LM of a full set of male chromosomes|
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|/media/127285/coloured_scanning_electron_micrograph_of_a_group_of_b_cells..jpg|3843|Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph of a group of B cells. |© Science Photo Library|Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph of a group of B cells. |
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|/media/127391/pachnis.jpg|3848|Section of a mouse embryo. The green cells have originated in the brain (top) and are in the process of invading the gut (bottom). Eventually they will generate the vast number of neurons that make up the enteric nervous system.||Section of a mouse embryo|
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|/media/127517/tucker.jpg|3855|An early developmental step in the formation of the mammalian middle ear.||An early developmental step in the formation of the mammalian middle ear.|
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|/media/127533/bartoleme.jpg|3856|Colour-enhanced image of a mitochondrion showing the internal membranes (cristae) and enzyme complexes. |© Dr David Furness, Wellcome Images.|Mitochondrion|
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|/media/127653/abel.jpg|3860|||John Reynolds, age 88, who took part in the study.|
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|/media/129334/waksman.jpg|3936|Structure of FimD–FimC–FimF–FimG–FimH||Structure of FimD–FimC–FimF–FimG–FimH|
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|/media/129712/endothelial_cells_-_imperial.jpg|3947|Endothelial cells grown from stem cells in the blood. ||Endothelial cells grown from stem cells in the blood.|
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|/media/130391/anophelesgambiaemosquito.jpg|3972|Anopheles gambiae mosquito|© US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.|Anopheles gambiae mosquito |
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|/media/130812/wt_story_may_2013.jpg|3982|A representation of the influenza virus. |© Anna Tanczos/Wellcome Images.|A representation of the influenza virus. |
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|/media/131034/the_structure_of_c-di-amp.jpg|3987|The structure of c-di-AMP depicted in a culture of S. Aureus.||The structure of c-di-AMP depicted in a culture of S. Aureus.|
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|/media/132098/neilmcd.png|4009|A phylogenetic tree highlighting the PKC family and the atypical PKCs iota and zeta (in red). ||A phylogenetic tree highlighting the PKC family and the atypical PKCs iota and zeta (in red). |
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|/media/134402/ericsahai.jpg|4097|Cancer cell with round, balloon like protrusions, called ‘blebs’. This cancer cell is ready to squeeze through an enclosed area (a meshwork). The blebs allow it to reach into small gaps in the meshwork and squeeze through, without needing a strong hold on anything in the local environment.||Cancer cell with round, balloon like protrusions, called ‘blebs’.|
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|/media/134710/tap1951_myeloidcell_diagram_v1.jpg|4106|Diagram showing splenic myelopoiesis||Diagram showing splenic myelopoiesis|
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|/media/135088/gamblin_story.jpg|4117|Crystal structure of H7N9 haemagglutinin showing the human receptor model in the receptor binding site.||Crystal structure of H7N9 haemagglutinin |
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|/media/135154/mycobacterium_tuberculosis._low_res.jpg|4121|Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria. It is a rod- shaped bacillus that causes tuberculosis (TB) in humans.|© PASIEKA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY|Mycobacterium tuberculosis.|
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|/media/135244/imperial_kuimova.jpg|4124|||Microbubble shells|
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|/media/135316/ucl_mayor.jpg|4127|Time projection of a time-lapse movie showing coordinated migration of neural crest cells (blue) and placodes (magenta). |© Theveneau and Mayor|Time projection of a time-lapse movie showing coordinated migration of neural crest cells and placodes|
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|/media/135604/wellcome_papacleovoulou.jpg|4137||© Fiona Pragoff, Wellcome Images|Image of a pregnant lady|
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|/media/136501/imperial_froguel.jpg|4150|||Chomosomes|
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|/media/136575/wellcome_steel.jpg|4154||© Wellcome Library, London. |Image of a mouse|
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|/media/136761/ucl_ali.jpg|4160|Professor Robin Ali, UCL Institute of Ophthalmology||Professor Robin Ali, UCL Institute of Ophthalmology|
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|/media/136851/king_s_batterham.jpg|4163|3D representation of the brain, showing the areas that appeared to be affected by the FTO gene. ||3D representation of the brain|
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|/media/137137/xenopus.jpg|4166|Xenopus laevis, or the African clawed toad||Xenopus laevis, or the African clawed toad|
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|/media/137936/wellcome_stratton_aug_2013.jpg|4214|Human cancer cells in culture. |© Matthew Daniels, Wellcome Images.|Human cancer cells in culture. |
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|/media/138152/king_s_aug_2013.jpg|4226|Stem cells under a microscope.||Stem cells under a microscope.|
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|/media/138924/imperial_aug_2013.jpg|4249|||Brain scans|
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|/media/139352/dbonnetsetp2013.gif|4261|The intact bone marrow microenvironment using a combination of different types of microscopy and labelling with fluorescent dyes. ||The intact bone marrow microenvironment using a combination of different types of microscopy and labelling with fluorescent dyes. |
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|/media/139493/ovarian_cancer__ultrasound_image.jpg|4266|Ovarian cancer, ultrasound image|© CAMAL, ISM/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY|Ovarian cancer, ultrasound image|
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|/media/139655/smith_and_gentsch.png|4271|Tissues such as the spinal cord, skeletal muscle and notochord are formed, at least in part, from a pool of stem cells in the embryo. The maintenance and development of these cells are regulated by several proteins called T-box transcription factors.||Tissues such as the spinal cord, skeletal muscle and notochord (a structure from which the spine develops in a vertebrate embryo) are formed, at least in part, from a pool of stem cells in the embryo. The maintenance and development of these cells are regulated by several proteins called T-box transcription factors.|
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|/media/140125/aspartate.jpg|4284|Ball-and-stick representation of aspartate.||Ball-and-stick representation of aspartate.|
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|/media/140409/p3320386.jpg|4295|Brain anatomy, 3D MRI scan|© SOVEREIGN, ISM/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY|Brain anatomy, 3D MRI scan|
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|/media/142316/laserablatehighlight2.jpg|4355|The scientists used a laser to cut the connection between two cells. This image shows a merge of the first (red) and last (green) frames in a video before and after the cut, showing the tension being released. ||This image shows a merge of the first (red) and last (green) frames in a video before and after the cut, showing the tension being released. |
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|/media/144484/rittinger_story.png|4476|Ribbon representation of the atomic structure of ubiquitin.||Ribbon representation of the atomic structure of ubiquitin.|
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|/media/144666/wellcome_crohn_s_disease.jpg|4485|Crohn's disease|© Wellcome Photo Library, Wellcome Images.|Crohn's disease|
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|/media/146593/haematopoietic_stem_cell.jpg|4592|Haematopoietic stem cell, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM).|© SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY|Haematopoietic stem cell, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM).|
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|/media/147188/imperial_nov_2013.jpg|4610|||Lady chopping vegetables|
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|/media/147240/imperial_dec_2013.jpg|4612|||Wine in glasses|
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|/media/147256/wellcome_dec_2013.jpg|4613|Malaria sporozoite on liver|© Volker Brinkmann.|Malaria sporozoite on liver|
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|/media/147412/ucl_nov_2013.jpg|4620|||X-ray of a brain|
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|/media/149610/crystal_structure_of_the_dcaf1_vpx_samhd1_molecular_complex..png|4696|Crystal structure of the DCAF1–Vpx–SAMHD1 molecular complex.||Crystal structure of the DCAF1–Vpx–SAMHD1 molecular complex.|
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|/media/149682/aminolevulinic_acid.png|4699|Structural diagram of 5-ALA (5-aminolevulinic acid)||Structural diagram of 5-ALA (5-aminolevulinic acid)|
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|/media/151017/450px-biology_illustration_animals_insects_drosophila_melanogaster.jpg|4705|Drosophila melanogaster||Drosophila Illustration|
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|/media/151149/detc_def1-1.jpg|4712|Innate-like T lymphocytes.||T lymphoctyes|
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|/media/151239/king_s.axd.jpg|4716|Skin cells: fibroblasts shown in green.||Skin cells: fibroblasts shown in green.|
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|/media/151255/imperial_dec_2013_drug.jpg|4717|Each malaria parasite multiplies 20 to 30 times inside a red blood cell, shown here by a dye. Every 48 hours these parasites burst out of the cell and invade new red blood cells, causing the symptoms of malaria. In the presence of a drug that inhibits NMT, the enzyme blocked in this study, parasite multiplication stalls and the parasite cannot burst out of the cell, meaning that the disease is interrupted.||Drug inhibition of NMT in malaria treatment|
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|/media/151665/king_s.jpg|4731|||Illustration of the liver in the human body|
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|/media/151699/ucl.jpg|4733|||Photo of an ambulance|
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|/media/151733/wellcome.jpg|4735|Gene therapy patients||Gene therapy patients|
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|/media/151881/kidney_cancer_low_res.jpg|4740|Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cancer cells (pink) from a kidney tumour. |© DAVID MCCARTHY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY|Kidney cancer cells, SEM|
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|/media/151955/imperial_jan_2014.gif|4744|The animation shows a bacterial cell coming out of its persister state. As it divides, a preformed pool of green fluorescent protein is diluted out but new bacterial cells continue to make red fluorescent protein.||The animation shows a bacterial cell coming out of its persister state.|
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|/media/152182/ucl_jan_2014.jpg|4753|The image shows an alarm clock, symbolizing the circadian clock. The pointers of the clock are formed by scolopidia, i.e. those mechanosensory units that provide information to the fly’s circadian clock. The red pointer shows the mean circadian time after flies were vibrated. The other pointer is grey and depicts the circadian time without vibration. |© Faxen/Albert, UCL.|The image shows an alarm clock, symbolizing the circadian clock. |
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|/media/153710/metsprtetraploid18_20.jpg|4828|A genome doubled cell, showing all the chromosomes present. Two different coloured fluorescent probes were used to detect two different chromosome arms - showing that there are two copies of each.||A genome doubled cell, showing all the chromosomes present. Two different coloured fluorescent probes were used to detect two different chromosome arms - showing that there are two copies of each.|
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|/media/154589/psoriasis.jpg|4843|Patient with psoriasis an auto immune disease of the skin |||
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|/media/154769/wellcome_mosquito.jpg|4848|Anopheles gambiae. |© Credit: A Stich, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine/Wellcome Images. |Anopheles gambiae. |
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|/media/154785/malaria_map.jpg|4849|||Map showing areas with highest risk of malaria|
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|/media/154949/imperial2_feb_2014.jpg|4854|Endothelial progenitor cells from the three groups. The green dots indicate where the double strand of DNA has been broken.||Endothelial progenitor cells from the three groups. |
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|/media/154965/istock_ucl_feb_2014.jpg|4855|||Image of a person's hand with a drip feed|
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|/media/155099/hiv_virus_illustration.jpg|4858|HIV virus illustration||HIV virus illustration|
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|/media/155475/steve_smerdon_mar_2014.pdf|4871||||
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|/media/155485/steve_smerdon_mar_2014.jpg|4872|PIH1D1 - a molecular barcode reader for multi-protein assembly.||PIH1D1 - a molecular barcode reader for multi-protein assembly.|
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|/media/156415/false-colour_sem_of_blood_with_myeloid_leukaemia.jpg|4920|False-colour SEM of blood with myeloid leukaemia||False-colour SEM of blood with myeloid leukaemia|
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|/media/156469/carbs_kings_story.jpg|4922|||Group of carbohydrate products|
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|/media/156541/ucl_march_2014.jpg|4925|Bacterial type IV secretion system structure reveals how antibiotics resistance genes move from one bacterium to another.||Bacterial type IV secretion system structure reveals how antibiotics resistance genes move from one bacterium to another.|
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|/media/156611/imperial_cruk.jpg|4927|A radioactive tracer reveals dormant cancer cells by highlighting energy stores called glycogen.||A radioactive tracer reveals dormant cancer cells by highlighting energy stores called glycogen.|
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|/media/156721/imperial_nimr.jpg|4930|A Natural Killer cell (green) binding a target cell prior to destroying it. |© Marco Purbhoo|A Natural Killer cell (green) binding a target cell prior to destroying it. |
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|/media/157031/statins.jpg|4938|||Pack of statin drugs and single 40mg pill.|
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|/media/157935/waves.jpg|4976|||Waves during a storm in the Atlantic Ocean|
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|/media/159515/burdakov-cell-rep-small.jpg|5030|Diagram showing how the system works |© Barney Bryson|Diagram showing how the system works|
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|/media/159623/burdakov-cell-rep-small.jpg|5034|A neuron (green) surrounded by nerve fibres from orexin/hypocretin neurons (red). |© Dr Cornelia Schöne, Burdakov lab.|A neuron (green) surrounded by nerve fibres. |
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|/media/159708/mri_scanner.jpg|5037|||Woman Receiving a Medical Scan|
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|/media/159854/ipsc-derived_keratinocytes_colonies_3_.jpg|5042|Keratinocytes (the most abundant cells in the outmost layer of the skin) generated from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs). Green is a transcription factor p63 and red is cytoskeletal protein keratin 14 - both are specific markers for these cells. The image illustrates that this technique yields a nearly pure population of keratinocytes. ||Keratinocytes (the most abundant cells in the outmost layer of the skin) generated from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs).|
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|/media/160166/sub1figfrank.jpg|5047|X-ray crystal structure of SUB1 from the malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum. ||X-ray crystal structure of SUB1 from the malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum. |
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|/media/160716/cell-2.jpg|5053||© Cell Motility Laboratory at the LRI.|Cells, LRI scientific images|
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|/media/160857/wack_may_2014.jpg|5056|||Person suffering from flu|
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|/media/161040/wellcome2.jpg|5060|Scanning electron micrograph of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria, which cause TB|© NIAID|SEM of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria|
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|/media/161220/istock_000012673475xsmall.jpg|5064|||Obesity|
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|/media/161500/king_s_may_2015.jpg|5072|Cross-section of a mouse skin tumour.||Cross-section of a mouse skin tumour.|
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|/media/161664/king_s_june_2014.jpg|5078|High levels of the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) protein VAPB and the mitochondrial protein PTPIP51 dramatically increase ER-mitochondria associations in a cell (as viewed through an electron microscope).||High levels of the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) protein VAPB and the mitochondrial protein PTPIP51 dramatically increase ER-mitochondria associations in a cell (as viewed through an electron microscope).|
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|/media/161813/mosquito.jpg|5086|Anopheles gambiae mosquito|© Jim Gathany, Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.|Anopheles gambiae mosquito|
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|/media/161921/mri_scan.jpg|5089|Doctor studying an MRI scan of the Brain ||Doctor studying an MRI scan of the Brain|
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|/media/162028/ucl_june_2014_mouse.jpg|5092|Research mouse at UCL. Mice without p110δ survived cancer significantly longer.|© David Bishop, UCL|Research mouse at UCL. Mice without p110δ survived cancer significantly longer.|
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|/media/163050/a_bacterial_vrr-nuc_domain.jpg|5153|A bacterial VRR-Nuc domain||A bacterial VRR-Nuc domain|
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|/media/164322/breast_cancer_xray.jpg|5199|Woman with visible anatomic Breast structure in Xray - Style. ||Woman with visible anatomic Breast structure in Xray - Style.|
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|/media/164376/bacteria.jpg|5201|Bacteria 3d-illustration||Bacteria 3d-illustration|
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|/media/164603/many_ookinetes.jpg|5214|Ookinetes, the fertilised form of the malaria parasite in a mosquito’s body.||Ookinetes, the fertilised form of the malaria parasite in a mosquito’s body.|
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|/media/164731/tuftedcell.jpg|5219|Reconstruction of an olfactory bulb neuron.||Reconstruction of an olfactory bulb neuron.|
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|/media/165350/wilson.gif|5234|Donor cells transfer miRNAs to prevent disease||Donor cells transfer miRNAs to prevent disease|
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|/media/165550/highighted-paper-figure-1.jpg|5239|Crystal structure of the ‘toolbelt’ protein seen from the top, with the three docking sites visible. ||Crystal structure of the ‘toolbelt’ protein seen from the top, with the three docking sites visible.|
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|/media/166081/blood_smear.jpg|5251|Blood smear showing the presence of Plasmodium falciparum parasites in the red blood cells. |© Spike Walker/Wellcome Images |Blood smear showing the presence of Plasmodium falciparum parasites in the red blood cells. |
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|/media/166115/imperial2.jpg|5252|Six subunits of the MCM2-7 helicase enzyme and the opening between Mcm2 and Mcm5.||Six subunits of the MCM2-7 helicase enzyme and the opening between Mcm2 and Mcm5.|
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|/media/166141/king_s.jpg|5254|||An invasion of the gut by mouth bacteria could be responsible for the development of liver cirrhosis.|
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|/media/166343/ivf_stock.jpg|5263|||In vitro fertilization|
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|/media/166471/reovirus_infection__sem_low_res.jpg|5268|Reovirus infection. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through a cell infected with reovirus particles (red).|© EYE OF SCIENCE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY|Reovirus infection. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through a cell infected with reovirus particles (red).|
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|/media/167795/spine_xray.jpg|5322|Xray of a spine||Xray of a spine|
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|/media/167867/troy_aug_14.jpg|5325|Connectivity of cortico-thalamic neurons (shown in red) in part of the mouse primary visual cortex.||Connectivity of cortico-thalamic neurons (shown in red) in part of the mouse primary visual cortex.|
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|/media/168423/ucl_aug_2014.jpg|5331||© Teresa Niccoli, UCL Institute of Healthy Ageing).|The brain of a transgenic fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, used to study neurodegenerative diseases. |
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|/media/168495/imperial_aug_2014.jpg|5334|A child receives oral polio vaccine drops from a house-to-house polio vaccination team in Bihar, India. |© Gates Foundation/Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)|A child receives oral polio vaccine drops from a house-to-house polio vaccination team in Bihar, India. |
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|/media/168857/candida.jpg|5339|Candida albicans fungal colonies grown on a petri dish in a laboratory.||Candida albicans fungal colonies grown on a petri dish in a laboratory.|
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|/media/168873/neural_stem_cells.jpg|5340|Neural stem cells in the hippocampus. ||Neural stem cells in the hippocampus. |
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|/media/169021/immune_cells_called_neutrophils.jpg|5346|Immune cells called neutrophils sense microbe size and selectively release NETs in response to large pathogens.||Immune cells called neutrophils sense microbe size and selectively release NETs in response to large pathogens.|
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|/media/169185/clones_edit2.png|5353|A view of the surface of the neural tube. The size and shape in which groups of progenitor cells (marked in green) grow reveals differences between distinct types of these progenitors (marked in blue and red).||A view of the surface of the neural tube|
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|/media/169598/vials_of_blood.jpg|5368|Blood samples.||Blood samples.|
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|/media/169614/of_human_cancer_cell..jpg|5369|Squamous cell carcinoma, a type of human cancer cell.||Squamous cell carcinoma, a type of human cancer cell.|
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|/media/169758/brca2_protein.jpg|5372|BRCA2 (red) helps RAD51 (yellow) form short filaments on strands of broken DNA (blue), enabling it to look for matching strands of DNA and repair the break. ||BRCA2 (red) helps RAD51 (yellow) form short filaments on strands of broken DNA (blue), enabling it to look for matching strands of DNA and repair the break. |
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|/media/170085/brain_cells.jpg|5383|Brain cells||Brain cells|
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|/media/170157/schnurri_1.jpg|5386|Under normal circumstances (top), cells that become detached from epithelial sheets are eliminated by apoptosis, or cell suicide. The protein identified in this study, Schnurri, can stop this apoptosis when it’s not wanted. Inhibiting Schnurri may offer a target for some cancers, in which normal apoptosis doesn’t occur as it should (bottom).||Under normal circumstances (top), cells that become detached from epithelial sheets are eliminated by apoptosis, or cell suicide. The protein identified in this study, Schnurri, can stop this apoptosis when it’s not wanted. Inhibiting Schnurri may offer a target for some cancers, in which normal apoptosis doesn’t occur as it should (bottom).|
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|/media/170277/lung_cancer.jpg|5390|Chest x-ray showing lung cancer.||Chest x-ray showing lung cancer.|
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|/media/172573/bishop_fig_1.jpg|5470|Electron micrograph of murine leukaemia virus-like particles containing a defective p12 protein. ||Electron micrograph of murine leukaemia virus-like particles containing a defective p12 protein. |
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|/media/172733/fish_oils.jpg|5476|||Omega fish oil tablets|
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|/media/172785/rsz_newly-formed_ols_in_an_adult_mouse_300x300.jpg|5478|The complex shape of individual oligodendrocytes (OLs) and myelin in adult mice injected with tamoxifen|© Sarah Jolly|The complex shape of individual oligodendrocytes (OLs) and myelin in adult mice injected with tamoxifen|
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|/media/172875/inhaler-867805-m.jpg|5481|||Inhaler|
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|/media/173686/istock_000041704022small.jpg|5501|||Man suffering from insomnia|
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|/media/175179/adult_visual_system_2.jpg|5584|Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) visual system. The scientists discovered a new method of neuron production in the region adjacent to the lobula plate (arrows) that has similarities with the mechanisms observed in the mammalian brain.||Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) visual system. |
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|/media/176194/diagram_of_the_gut.jpg|5601|||Human anatomy - highlighted intestines|
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|/media/176420/zebrafish.jpg|5612|Immune cells, coloured with fluorescent markers, in the gut of a zebrafish.||Immune cells, coloured with fluorescent markers, in the gut of a zebrafish.|
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|/media/176622/skin_cancer.jpg|5621|Scanning electron micrograph of a skin cancer cell (false coloured)|© Anne Weston, London Research Institute|Scanning electron micrograph of a skin cancer cell |
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|/media/176712/neurons_in_the_cortex_of_a_mouse.jpg|5624|Neurons in the cortex of a mouse expressing proteins enabling the 'reading' and 'writing' of electrical activity. |© Lloyd Russell, Hausser lab, UCL|Neurons in the cortex of a mouse expressing proteins enabling the 'reading' and 'writing' of electrical activity. Six neurons arranged in the shape of a smiling face were simultaneously activated with light. The response of those neurons is colour coded in green, indicating the successful activation of this neuronal pattern of activity.|
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|/media/184597/cells_infected_with_flu.jpg|6110|To test which virus-fighting proteins could interfere with the spread of an infection, the researchers introduced immune genes individually into cells, before infecting them with Influenza A. In this image, all cells’ nuclei appear in blue, infected cells in green.||Cell infected with flu. |
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|/media/196207/wnt_proteins.jpg|6627|Wnt proteins are characterised by the presence of a lipid (palmitoleate), which is added during biosynthesis and is essential for their function. Wnt activity is dampened by Notum, an inhibitor found in a wide range of multicellular organisms including humans. By combining Drosophila genetics with structural biology and other analytical techniques, the researchers found that Notum acts by removing the lipid from Wnt proteins thus rendering them inactive. ||Wnt proteins are characterised by the presence of a lipid (palmitoleate), which is added during biosynthesis and is essential for their function. W|
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|/media/200424/dna_molecule.jpg|6748|Illustration of a DNA molecule that is methylated at two sites in the centre. |© Christoph Bock (Max Planck Institute for Informatics).|Illustration of a DNA molecule that is methylated at two sites in the centre. |
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|/media/202424/broken_grid_symmetry_in_the_trapezoid_.jpg|6887|Image showing the broken grid symmetry in the trapezoid, suggesting that grid cells cannot provide a universal metric of space |© Courtesy of Krupic et al.) |Image showing the broken grid symmetry in the trapezoid, suggesting that grid cells cannot provide a universal metric of space |
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|/media/205315/robert_wilkinson.jpg|7067|||Photo of Robert Wilkinson|
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|/media/221205/imperial.png|7430|MRI scans from a traumatic brain injury patient (left) and a healthy person (right).||MRI scans from a traumatic brain injury patient (left) and a healthy person (right).|
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|/media/222830/sahai.jpg|7478|Melanoma cell. Credit: Dr Erik Sahai||Melanoma cell. Credit: Dr Erik Sahai|
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|/media/223206/capture.jpg|7487|Cartoon representation of the Vpx-DCAF-SAMHD1 protein complex. DCAF1 is shown in light grey, SAMHD1 in magenta and Vpx (from the SIV virus) in blue. ||Cartoon representation of the Vpx-DCAF-SAMHD1 protein complex. DCAF1 is shown in light grey, SAMHD1 in magenta and Vpx (from the SIV virus) in blue. T3I AUG 2011|
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|/media/224025/ncomms7709-f1.jpg|7507|An image of the distribution of Shh protein in a cross-section of the developing spinal cord (Shh is stained white).||An image of the distribution of Shh protein in a cross-section of the developing spinal cord (Shh is stained white).|
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|/media/229265/ki67_trim7_lung_tumour.png|7651|Microscopic sections of mouse lung tumour with normal levels of Trim7 (left) and increased levels of Trim7 (right). There are more dividing cells (stained brown) in the tumour with increased levels of Trim7, so these tumours grow faster. ||Microscopic sections of mouse lung tumour with normal levels of Trim7 (left) and increased levels of Trim7 (right). There are more dividing cells (stained brown) in the tumour with increased levels of Trim7, so these tumours grow faster. |
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|/media/239966/b_cell_lymphocyte_istock.jpg|7883|B lymphocytes.||B lymphocytes.|
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|/media/249578/cover_no_cell_or_subtitle.jpg|8131|Central to DNA repair by homologous recombination is an elegant structure called the Rad51 filament. A number of tumour suppressor proteins and protein cousins of Rad51 influence the Rad51 filament structure to make DNA repair more efficient. This paper shows that two of these, called RFS-1 and RIP-1, ‘remodel' the filament to a more stable, flexible and open structure in which the DNA is more accessible. |© The image is an original illustration by Lucas Perez Trujillo (2015).|Central to DNA repair by homologous recombination is an elegant structure called the Rad51 filament. A number of tumour suppressor proteins and protein cousins of Rad51 influence the Rad51 filament structure to make DNA repair more efficient. |
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|/media/249796/warnatsch_et_al_image.jpg|8141|The immunofluorescence micrograph shows a cross section of a mouse atherosclerotic plaque where fragments of neutrophil extracellular traps (yellow overlay, stained for citrulinated histone 3 and myeloperoxidase) formed adjacent to the vascular endothelium (cell nuclei shown in blue) and the lipid (stained with the lipophilic dye Lipidtox). |© Annika Warnatsch and Venizelos Papayannopoulos|The immunofluorescence micrograph shows a cross section of a mouse atherosclerotic plaque where fragments of neutrophil extracellular traps (yellow overlay, stained for citrulinated histone 3 and myeloperoxidase) formed adjacent to the vascular endothelium (cell nuclei shown in blue) and the lipid (stained with the lipophilic dye Lipidtox). |
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|/media/250645/swanton_july_2015.jpg|8168|Woman with visible anatomic Breast structure in Xray - Style||Woman with visible anatomic Breast structure in Xray - Style|
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|/media/251737/simple-example-of-screen-results-1024x669px.jpg|8202|An example of the plates used by the researchers to identify which forced protein-protein interactions disrupt or allow cells to grow.||An example of the plates used by the researchers to identify which forced protein-protein interactions still allowed the yeast to grow.|
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|/media/251791/istock_000029236414_small.jpg|8204||© tiripero|Albino Mouse|
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|/media/251940/istock_000040595406_small.jpg|8206|||Man Staying Up Awake Suffering From Insomnia|
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|/media/260851/c_ko_i3c_composite__rgb_.jpg|8548|The intestinal barrier (depicted) separates the host immune system from trillions of bacteria and myriads of dietary factors and environmental toxins. ||The intestinal barrier (depicted) separates the host immune system from trillions of bacteria and myriads of dietary factors and environmental toxins. |
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|/media/264097/gould1.jpg|8580|The developing central nervous system of Drosophila showing that lipid droplets in glia (red) are in close proximity to neural stem cells (green). ||The developing central nervous system of Drosophila showing that lipid droplets in glia (red) are in close proximity to neural stem cells (green). |
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|/media/264145/gould2.jpg|8583|Top panel shows how lipid droplets in glia minimize the damaging effects of reactive oxygen species (ROS) upon neural stem cells. Bottom panel illustrates that polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) are more prone to chemical attack by ROS in cell membranes than they are in the protective core of lipid droplets. ||Top panel shows how lipid droplets in glia minimize the damaging effects of reactive oxygen species (ROS) upon neural stem cells. Bottom panel illustrates that polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) are more prone to chemical attack by ROS in cell membranes than they are in the protective core of lipid droplets. |
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|/media/265961/turner.jpg|8642|In this mouse egg cell all the chromosomes are highlighted in green. The shut-down X chromosome is at 10 o'clock. The red cloud covering it is the silencing protein histone H2afx in action.||In this mouse egg cell all the chromosomes are highlighted in green. The shut-down X chromosome is at 10 o'clock. The red cloud covering it is the silencing protein histone H2afx in action.|
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|/media/267018/hill.jpg|8674|Early zebrafish embryo. The cells with bright green nuclei are those that have Nodal signalling. ||Early zebrafish embryo. The cells with bright green nuclei are those that have Nodal signalling. |
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|/media/267300/ucl_oct_2015.jpg|8683|His and hers: An artistic rendition of the adult male (blue) and hermaphrodite (pink) C. elegans head connectivity. The male-specific addition of glial-derived interneurons (red) remodels brain circuits during sexual maturation to generate sexually dimorphic plasticity in learning.|© Justina Yeung, UCL|An artistic rendition of the adult male (blue) and hermaphrodite (pink) C. elegans head connectivity. |
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|/media/267466/cagin_cover_art_3.jpg|8692|Fruit fly: nerves with damaged mitochondria are highlighted in green.||Fruit fly: nerves with damaged mitochondria are highlighted in green.|
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|/media/267520/3d_calcium_wave_in_heart_cell.gif|8694|The video shows three regular calcium releases in a heart cell triggered by an external electrical pacing, followed by two spontaneous calcium waves.||The video shows three regular calcium releases in a heart cell triggered by an external electrical pacing, followed by two spontaneous calcium waves.|
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|/media/261753/king_s.jpg|8567|Plastic cells: A fast spiking interneuron in the cerebral cortex of the mouse.||Plastic cells: A fast spiking interneuron in the cerebral cortex of the mouse.|
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|/media/8893/King's Brain Psychosis.jpg|8893|Yellow areas show where blood flow is greater in people at high risk of psychosis compared to the control group.||Yellow areas show where blood flow is greater in people at high risk of psychosis compared to the control group.|
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|/media/8976/Picture1.jpg|8976|T cells, painted in different colours to indicate the diversity (and selection of the blue one). Credit: NIAID||T cells, painted in different colours to indicate the diversity (and selection of the blue one). Credit: NIAID|
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|/media/8980/Down Syndrome Heart.jpg|8980|Cross-sections through mouse embryonic hearts showing a normal heart on the left and a heart from mutant mouse that models Down Syndrome on the right. The red arrowhead indicates a break in the muscular wall that should separate the left and right sides of the heart.||Cross-sections through mouse embryonic hearts showing a normal heart on the left and a heart from mutant mouse that models Down Syndrome on the right. The red arrowhead indicates a break in the muscular wall that should separate the left and right sides of the heart.|
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|/media/8991/Tooze Image.jpg|8991|Microscope images show groups of cells, with molecules in the cells labelled with florescent dyes. In the presence of WAC (left), GABARAP (red) participates in autophagy and is away from GM130 (green). Without WAC (right), GABARAP (red) is stuck on GM130 (green) – this is shown in yellow – and GABARAP no longer participates in autophagy.||Microscope images show groups of cells, with molecules in the cells labelled with florescent dyes. In the presence of WAC (left), GABARAP (red) participates in autophagy and is away from GM130 (green). Without WAC (right), GABARAP (red) is stuck on GM130 (green) – this is shown in yellow – and GABARAP no longer participates in autophagy.|
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|/media/8998/Gilchrist.jpg|8998|Expression profiles of selected genes over the first hours of development showing a wide range of dynamic expression timescales.||Expression profiles of selected genes over the first hours of development showing a wide range of dynamic expression timescales.|
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|/media/9032/UCL estrogen.jpg|9032|A ventral view of a larval wild-type zebrafish brain|© Kate Turner, UCL|A ventral view of a larval wild-type zebrafish brain|
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|/media/9037/Figure Lamb et al.jpg|9037|TBC1D14 tubules showing co-localisation with endocytic proteins the researchers found to play a role in autophagy.||TBC1D14 tubules showing co-localisation with endocytic proteins the researchers found to play a role in autophagy.|
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|/media/9046/yeast study.jpg|9046||© Global Panorama|Almost all of our genes may be influenced by the food we eat, according to new research|
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|/media/279890/helicase_picture.jpg|9102|3D helicase structure||3D helicase structure|
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|/media/280046/herrero_thorpe_striking_image.jpg|9109|Yeast cells with their kinetochores fluorescently-labelled (pink/purple spots).||Yeast cells with their kinetochores fluorescently-labelled (pink/purple spots).|
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|/media/9171/MtbinLEC-001.jpg|9171|TB bugs attached to lymph cells. This electron micrograph image shows the long, thin bacteria. ||TB bugs attached to lymph cells. This electron micrograph image shows the long, thin bacteria. |
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|/media/9172/MtbinLEC-002.jpg|9172|These TB bacteria can live inside lymph node cells. ||These TB bacteria can live inside lymph node cells. |
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|/media/9227/UCL stress protein.jpg|9227|FKBP51 proteins (light blue) shown in mouse spinal cord tissue|© Dr Sandrine Géranton|FKBP51 proteins (light blue) shown in mouse spinal cord tissue|
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|/media/9369/Carvalho_TB.PNG|9369|Flasks for growing M. tuberculosis in the lab – the one of the left has low sodium chloride and is sensitive to antibacterials, where the one on the right has higher salt and the bacteria is resistant (still able to grow) in the presence of these drugs.|© Luiz Pedro Carvalho|Plates for growing M. tuberculosis in the lab – the one of the left has low sodium chloride and is sensitive to antibacterials, where the one on the right has higher salt and the bacteria is resistant (still able to grow) in the presence of these drugs.|
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|/media/294181/capture.png|9388|Image sequence of a microtubule in blue with the cap indicated at the end. By preventing the formation of new cap sites, we measure how the existing cap sites decay until a critical threshold is reached and the microtubule shrinks (lower two images).||Image sequence of a microtubule in blue with the cap indicated at the end.|
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|/media/9399/ucl lupus.png|9399|Plasma cell (Courtesy of BioLegend)||Plasma cell (Courtesy of BioLegend) |
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|/media/294949/ley_card14_2.jpg|9405|CARD14 is normally expressed in the skin. When a gain-of-function CARD14 mutation is present, mutant CARD14 protein binds to the proteins BCL10 and MALT1. This effect, in conjunction with an environmental trigger such as injury or infection, activates signalling pathways which lead to skin inflammation and psoriasis. The treatment of skin cells with MALT1 inhibitors reduced the disease-causing effects of mutant CARD14. ||CARD14 is normally expressed in the skin. When a gain-of-function CARD14 mutation is present, mutant CARD14 protein binds to the proteins BCL10 and MALT1. This effect, in conjunction with an environmental trigger such as injury or infection, activates signalling pathways which lead to skin inflammation and psoriasis. The treatment of skin cells with MALT1 inhibitors reduced the disease-causing effects of mutant CARD14. |
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|/media/295650/striking_image-01-01.bmp|9415|Forcing proteins to interact with each other in live cells reveals those interactions that affect growth. The network of these interactions reveals important information about how cell growth is regulated. The schematic of a cell indicates the movement of proteins, this is superimposed upon a regulatory network of proteins that affect cell division when recruited to specific cellular compartments.”||Forcing proteins to interact with each other in live cells reveals those interactions that affect growth.|
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|/media/9621/Randy-photo session-1991.jpg|9621|Photo courtesy of Jerome Collignon, who was a PhD student in Professor Lovell-Badge’s lab at the time.|© Jerome Collignon|Photo courtesy of Jerome Collignon, who was a PhD student in Professor Lovell-Badge’s lab at the time.|
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|/media/302756/dev-cover-2.jpg|9627|Differentiated motor neurons (green) after seven days in culture in a microfluidic gradient generator. The fluorescent dye Rhodamine (red) is used to visualize the morphogen that led to the radial differentiation of motor neurons.||Differentiated motor neurons (green) after seven days in culture in a microfluidic gradient generator. The fluorescent dye Rhodamine (red) is used to visualize the morphogen that led to the radial differentiation of motor neurons.|
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|/media/302772/development_cover_2.jpg|9628|Microfluidic gradient generating device with four independently addressed source/sinks. Three coloured dyes were used to demonstrate gradient profiles generated within the microdevice. The octagonal chamber in view spans 1.5mm at its widest point.||Microfluidic gradient generating device with four independently addressed source/sinks. Three coloured dyes were used to demonstrate gradient profiles generated within the microdevice. The octagonal chamber in view spans 1.5mm at its widest point.|
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|/media/9640/UCL.jpg|9640|Scanning electron microscopy image illustrating the heat-killed preparation of M. vaccae (courtesy of Reber et al.) ||Scanning electron microscopy image illustrating the heat-killed preparation of M. vaccae (courtesy of Reber et al.) |
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|/media/9642/Wellcome.jpg|9642|Bacterial isolate from a novel family cultured in the study. Credit: David Goulding, GRL.||Bacterial isolate from a novel family cultured in the study. Credit: David Goulding, GRL.|
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|/media/9664/PNT2.png|9664|Image credit: Prof Mary Herbert lab||Image credit: Prof Mary Herbert lab|
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|/media/9685/Crick pic.jpg|9685|The image shows 36-hour old zebrafish embryos with increasing amounts of DeltaD expressed (top to bottom). With too little DeltaD, the embryo doesn’t form properly (mutant). With too much, the embryo develops more body segments than usual (37 vs 34).||The image shows 36-hour old zebrafish embryos with increasing amounts of DeltaD expressed (top to bottom). With too little DeltaD, the embryo doesn’t form properly (mutant). With too much, the embryo develops more body segments than usual (37 vs 34).|
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|/media/307988/1974_manuscript_image.jpg|9780|The original 1974 manuscript describing the discovery of Chl1, a gene that causes chromosome loss when mutated.||The original 1974 manuscript describing the discovery of Chl1, a gene that causes chromosome loss when mutated.|
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|/media/308186/histology_for_jaci_paper3__2_.bmp|9784|Mice that were deficient in the TPL-2 pathway appeared to show increased lung inflammation.||Mice that were deficient in the TPL-2 pathway appeared to show increased lung inflammation.|
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|/media/309063/guillemot.jpg|9802|Brain stem cell (in green) dividing (the nucleus is labelled in red by a marker of cell division).||Brain stem cell (in green) dividing (the nucleus is labelled in red by a marker of cell division).|
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|/media/309511/flu_virus_istock_000011220460_medium.jpg|9818|Flu virus||Flu virus|
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|/media/311027/photocrickforrosenthalnsmb.png|9855|Influenza virus fusing with target membrane called a liposome.||Influenza virus fusing with target membrane called a liposome.|
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|/media/9864/Fruti fly liver like cells.jpg|9864|Liver-like cells in the fruit fly|© Credit: Annick Sawala and Alex Gould.|Liver-like cells in the fruit fly|
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|/media/315777/hayday_paper_-_15th_sep.png|10022|The figure depicts rings of epithelial structures in the human colon interspersed with large numbers of gamma delta T cells (bright red).||The figure depicts rings of epithelial structures in the human colon interspersed with large numbers of gamma delta T cells (bright red). The current study shows that the capacity of gamma delta T cells take up residence in the gut depends upon hitherto poorly understood Butyrophilin-like molecules expressed by the epithelial cells.|
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|/media/10079/ralser01.jpg|10079|Scientists have used mass spectrometry to identify differences in the amino acid content of yeast strains with individual genes knocked out.||Mass spectrometry identified differences between amino acid content in different yeast strains|
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|/media/318091/intratumor_heterogeneity.jpg|10088|Breast cancer cells having variable levels of histone H1.0, shown in red in this microscopy image.||Variable levels of histone H1.0 in breast cancer cells|
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|/media/324777/francis_crick_institute-8812.jpg|10271|Scientist at work at the Crick||Scientist at work at the Crick|
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|/media/10284/5 tilescan 3D render b more colours.jpg|10284|High-resolution render of unique environments in the bone marrow (blue, purple and green) as they are invaded and populated by leukaemia cells (yellow). Credit: Edwin Hawkins and Delfim Duarte/Imperial College London.||The bone marrow environment|
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|/media/10364/Simon Boulton yeast enzyme structure.jpg|10364|Structure of the yeast SPRTN enzyme.|© Simon Boulton|Structure of enzyme|
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|/media/10374/Kassiotis01.jpg|10374|CD4 immune cells respond to virus infection||CD4 immune cells respond to virus infection|
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|/media/332345/drosophila_melanogaster_-_side__aka_.jpg|10468|Small male Drosophila melanogaster fly|© André Karwath|Small male Drosophila melanogaster fly|
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|/media/334333/liver_cells.png|10480|Liver precursors sending membrane protrusions to sense the environment and migrate||Liver precursors sending membrane protrusions to sense the environment and migrate|
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|/media/335450/multinucleated_cells.png|10530|Cells that underwent cytokinesis failure caused by the blocking of ECT2 function, demonstrated by more than one nucleus in each cell.||Cells that underwent cytokinesis failure caused by the blocking of ECT2 function, demonstrated by more than one nucleus in each cell.|
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|/media/335945/yeast.jpg|10543|An image of fission yeast cells in the process of cell division. Fission yeast cells are related to human cells but are much simpler, making experiments faster and easier to interpret. Importantly, many of the key discoveries in cell biology occur in yeast before being confirmed in humans.||An image of fission yeast cells in the process of cell division. Fission yeast cells are related to human cells but are much simpler, making experiments faster and easier to interpret. Importantly, many of the key discoveries in cell biology occur in yeast before being confirmed in humans.|
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|/media/336180/isolation_of_a_single_cell.jpg|10550|A series of microscopy images taken during the isolation of a single cell from the bone marrow samples. L to R, top to bottom: the stained bone marrow sample (the DTC is colored); the single cell when picked up with the micromanipulator; the sample after the cell has been picked; the isolated single cell.||A series of microscopy images taken during the isolation of a single cell from the bone marrow samples. L to R, top to bottom: the stained bone marrow sample (the DTC is colored); the single cell when picked up with the micromanipulator; the sample after the cell has been picked; the isolated single cell.|
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|/media/337156/molecular_scissors.png|10595|Molecular scissors: in the background are DNA-damage foci, each red blob represents a single double-stranded break site in the genome.||Molecular scissors: in the background are DNA-damage foci, each red blob represents a single double-stranded break site in the genome.|
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|/media/339097/nipbl.jpg|10645|Disruption of Nipbl or Zfp609 results in abnormal clusters of nerve cells in lower regions of the brain (middle and right) compared with normal cells (left).||Disruption of Nipbl or Zfp609 results in abnormal clusters of nerve cells in lower regions of the brain (middle and right) compared with normal cells (left).|
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|/media/10657/Swanton_lab_aneuploidy_still_20.jpg|10657|Cancer cells maintain a balance of healthy and faulty chromosomes. Credit: Phospho Ltd||Cancer cells maintain a balance of healthy and faulty chromosomes|
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|/media/10658/Swanton_lab_aneuploidy_still_05.jpg|10658|Genetic instability in cancer cells can see parts of chromosomes swapped around or lost altogether. Credit: Phospho Ltd||Chromosomal instability is a hallmark of cancer|
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|/media/10659/Swanton_lab_aneuploidy_still_02.jpg|10659|A tumour contains a great diversity of cancer cells that are genetically different. Credit: Phospho Ltd||A tumour contains a great diversity of cancer cells that are genetically different|
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|/media/10662/Jernej.jpg|10662|Crick scientists studied changes in the brain as we get older. They looked at cells and gene expression in 10 different parts of the brain. Credit: Lilach Soreq||Study of brain cells as we age|
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|/media/343212/s_cerevisiae_under_dic_microscopy.png|10785|S cerevisiae under DIC microscopy||S cerevisiae under DIC microscopy|
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|/media/344578/colon.jpg|10812|Image of the colon (red is bacteria, green is epithelial cells and blue is cell nucleus).||Image of the colon (red is bacteria, green is epithelial cells and blue is cell nucleus).|
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|/media/344999/ascc3_gene_-_mrna_vs_ncrna.png|10816|Transcripts from the ASCC3 gene are found in two different cellular compartments. The long mRNA isoform (left) is predominantly cytoplasmic, while the short non-coding RNA (ncRNA, right) is in the cell nucleus (blue).||Transcripts from the ASCC3 gene are found in two different cellular compartments. The long mRNA isoform (left) is predominantly in the cytoplasm (the cell contents not including its nucleus), while the short non-coding RNA (ncRNA, right) is in the cell nucleus (blue).|
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|/media/10817/malaria graphic_final.jpg|10817|Malaria parasites can persist in the body year after year without causing any symptoms.|© Francis Crick Institute|Malaria parasites can persist in the body year after year without causing any symptoms|
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|/media/10952/spheroidwithsmooth.jpg|10952|An aggregate of cancer cells (green) and cancer-associated fibroblasts (CAFs, in red) invading an extracellular matrix. Credit: Takuya Kato.||An aggregate of cancer cells and fibroblasts|
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|/media/10961/TB complication.jpg|10961|The researchers meet at a trial site in Cape Town. (Courtesy of Graeme Meintjes.)||The researchers meet at a trial site in Cape Town.|
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|/media/10966/TB in macrophage.jpg|10966|Tuberculosis bacteria (green) replicate inside a dying immune cell or ‘macrophage’. Credit: Matt Russell and Tom Lerner.|© Francis Crick Institute|Tuberculosis bacteria (green) replicate inside a dying immune cell or ‘macrophage’|
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|/media/11069/Krebs cycle black.jpg|11069|An enzyme-free metabolic pathway sparked by sulphate particles may have emerged on a volcanic early Earth.|© Francis Crick Institute|An enzyme-free metabolic pathway sparked by sulphate particles may have emerged four billion years ago on a volcanic early Earth.|
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|/media/11070/Krebs cycle white.jpg|11070|An enzyme-free metabolic pathway sparked by sulphate particles may have emerged on a volcanic early Earth.|© Francis Crick Institute|An enzyme-free metabolic pathway sparked by sulphate particles may have emerged on a volcanic early Earth.|
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|/media/11167/Burdakov.jpg|11167|GAD65 neurons (green) from the lateral hypothalamus in the brain, surrounded by other lateral hypothalamus neurons (purple). Credit: Christin Kosse, Burdakov Lab.||GAD65 neurons (green) |
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|/media/363442/dmdd_story_image_-_rotated.jpg|11200|Cross-section of a mouse embryo.||Cross-section of a mouse embryo.|
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|/media/364458/tuj1_desmins.jpg|11215|Neurons (red) and muscle cells (green) produced from NMPs in the laboratory.|© James Briscoe, Francis Crick Institute|Neurons (red) and muscle cells (green) produced from NMPs in the laboratory.|
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|/media/364707/way_press_image.jpg|11220|The image shows the recruitment of Chk1 (a protein in the same pathway as ATR, shown by green dots) out of the cell nucleus onto viral factories in the cytoplasm (shown in magenta) in a cell infected with Vaccinia virus.||The image shows the recruitment of Chk1 (a protein in the same pathway as ATR, shown by green dots) out of the cell nucleus onto viral factories in the cytoplasm (shown in magenta) in a cell infected with Vaccinia virus.|
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|/media/366857/gutierrez_tb.png|11298|Macrophages (shown with blue nuclei) trap Tuberculosis bacteria inside both tight and spacious phagosomes (red rings). Credit: Laura Schnettger.|© Francis Crick Institute|Macrophages (shown with blue nuclei) trap Tuberculosis bacteria inside both tight and spacious phagosomes (red rings). Credit: Laura Schnettger.|
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|/media/367253/venn_diagram.jpg|11303|Families of cells (multi-coloured) in a gut wall layer overlap like a Venn diagram. Credit: Reena Lasrado |© Francis Crick Institute|Families of cells (multi-coloured) in a gut wall layer overlap like a Venn diagram. Credit: Reena Lasrado |
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|/media/367269/columns_touse.jpg|11304|Nerve cells (yellow) from the same parent cell are organized in 3D columns that extend through the layers of the gut wall. Credit: Reena Lasrado. |© Francis Crick Institute|Nerve cells (yellow) from the same parent cell are organized in 3D columns that extend through the layers of the gut wall. Credit: Reena Lasrado. |
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|/media/372145/tdp-43crop.jpg|11341|A protein known as TDP-43 stays in the nucleus of healthy cells (top)but leaks out in sick cells (bottom) causing a chain reaction that damages several crucial parts of the cell’s ‘machinery’. Credit: Rickie Patani and Sonia Gandhi. |© Francis Crick Institute|A protein known as TDP-43 stays in the nucleus of healthy cells (top)but leaks out in sick cells (bottom) causing a chain reaction that damages several crucial parts of the cell’s ‘machinery’. Credit: Rickie Patani and Sonia Gandhi. |
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|/media/372257/image.jpg|11345|Left panel shows healthy human motor neurons (top) and sick ALS motor neurons (bottom); Right shows a protein known as TDP-43 that stays in the nucleus of healthy cells (top) but leaks out in sick cells (bottom), causing a chain reaction that damages several crucial parts of the cell’s ‘machinery’. Credit: Zhi Yao. |© Francis Crick Institute|Left panel shows healthy human motor neurons (top) and sick ALS motor neurons (bottom); Right shows a protein known as TDP-43 that stays in the nucleus of healthy cells (top) but leaks out in sick cells (bottom), causing a chain reaction that damages several crucial parts of the cell’s ‘machinery’.|
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|/media/374623/imagesmall.jpg|11353|The conversion of immune-suppressing cells to immune-boosting cells is beneficial for providing immunity against intestinal worms (H. Polygyrus pictured above), but can make allergies worse. Credit: Mark Wilson.|© Francis Crick Institute|The conversion of immune-suppressing cells to immune-boosting cells is beneficial for providing immunity against intestinal worms, but can make allergies worse. Credit: Mark Wilson.|
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|/media/375938/infarct_picture_for_crick.jpg|11400|MRI scan of tuberculosis meningitis patient reveals a loss of blood supply to part of the brain (white patch highlighted by the white arrow). Credit: Ursula Rohlwink|© Francis Crick Institute|MRI scan of tuberculosis meningitis patient reveals a loss of blood supply to part of the brain. |
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|/media/378073/web_picture_cropped.jpg|11453|A normal developing spinal cord (left) showing precise patterns of gene activity (red, blue, green demarcating different types of cells). In a spinal cord in which one of the signals is disrupted (right) the accuracy of gene activity has been lost. Credit: Anna Kicheva|© Francis Crick Institute|A normal developing spinal cord (left) showing precise patterns of gene activity. In a spinal cord in which one of the signals is disrupted the accuracy of gene activity has been lost. Credit: Anna Kicheva|
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|/media/379318/pcm1_gabarap_golgi_small.jpg|11500|Fluorescent markers highlight the autophagy machinery inside a cell. Dark shaded area = cell nucleus; green dot cluster = centrosome; green dots = centriolar satellites; red dots = GABARAP in autophagosomes; yellow dots = PCM1 and GABARAP together. Credit: Justin Joachim. |© Francis Crick Institute|Fluorescent markers highlight the autophagy machinery inside a cell. |
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|/media/380629/pic_small.jpg|11543|Researchers used cell imaging (left) combined with computer simulations (right) to work out how ephrins and Eph receptors keep cells in the right places. Credit: David Wilkinson |© Francis Crick Institute|Researchers used cell imaging (left) combined with computer simulations (right) to work out how ephrins and Eph receptors keep cells in the right places. |
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|/media/381135/450px.jpg|11551|Ribbon representation of the structure of an enzyme known as ATP-PRT from TB bacteria (blue), bound to an allosteric activator (pink). |© Francis Crick Institute|Ribbon representation of the structure of an enzyme known as ATP-PRT from TB bacteria, bound to an allosteric activator. |
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|/media/383335/parents_and_pups_450.jpg|11612|The offspring of mice with 3 sex chromosomes are healthy and fertile. |© Francis Crick Institute|The offspring of mice with 3 sex chromosomes are healthy and fertile. |
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|/media/383351/pink_babies-450.jpg|11613||© Francis Crick Institute|Healthy, fertile offspring of XXY and XYY mice. |
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|/media/383367/graphic-450.jpg|11614||© Francis Crick Institute|Research schematic |
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|/media/385041/cartoon_press_release2_450.jpg|11684|||Research graphic illustrates the impact of AML cells on the surrounding tissue. |
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|/media/392888/small_image.jpg|11818|Intestinal worms. Credit: Lewis Entwistle. |© Francis Crick Institute|Intestinal worm |
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|/media/393721/bowel_450_rectangle_blackborder.jpg|11846||© Francis Crick Institute|Illustration of a bowel. |
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|/media/396539/dna_image__joe_brock__small.jpg|11888||© Francis Crick Institute|DNA damage |
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|/media/399659/image_450px.jpg|11947|The antibiotic D-cylcoserine reacting with bacteria enzymes (D-cylcoserine phosphate in complex with ADP and magnesium bound at the active site of E.coli D-ala-D-alanine ligase). Credit: University of Warwick |© University of Warwick |The antibiotic D-cylcoserine reacting with bacteria enzymes (D-cylcoserine phosphate in complex with ADP and magnesium bound at the active site of E.coli D-ala-D-alanine ligase). Credit: University of Warwick |
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|/media/404430/redcircuit_450px.jpg|12027|||Staining of a microcircuit in the olfactory bulb of a mouse brain. |
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|/media/404446/model_image_450.jpg|12028|||Model (left) and image (right) of nanoengineered micropipette. |
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|/media/404719/anneogara_rob_wilkinson_450.jpg|12035|||A 3D reconstruction of a scan for an asymptomatic woman with HIV-1 infection who has evidence of immune sensitisation by Mycobacterium tuberculosis.|
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|/media/406337/mndifferentiation_450px.jpg|12079|||Embryonic stem cells differentiating into neural progenitors (blue) and motor neurons (red). |
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|/media/410546/placenta_image.-450pxjpg.jpg|12153|||Mouse placenta 3D image |
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|/media/410562/wt_mut_composite-450px.jpg|12154|||Wild type and mutant embryos and placenta|
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|/media/412867/cover_landscape_450px.jpg|12222|Evolutionarily distinct subtypes of kidney cancer |© Francis Crick Institute|Evolutionarily distinct subtypes of kidney cancer |
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|/media/413005/swanton_lab_kidney_450px.jpg|12229|||Graphical illustration of a kidney tumour. |
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|/media/415489/website_pic_450px.jpg|12286|||Inactive and active illustrations of HER2-HER3 pairs |
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|/media/418541/casual_photo_450px.jpg|12364|||From left: Nick Luscombe, Rickie Patani, Raphaelle Luisier, Giulia Tyzack and Jernej Ule. |
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|/media/420083/photo-450px.jpg|12382|||From left: Andrey Abramov and Sonia Gandhi |
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|/media/420099/2_panel__image.jpg|12383|||Left: super resolution image of α-synuclein in mitochondria of neuron|
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|/media/420115/hero_image_450px.jpg|12384|||Brain cells and mitochondria|
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|/media/420327/hero_450px.jpg|12393|||Male (XY) mouse with ovaries and female genitalia |
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|/media/420343/mice_helix_450px.jpg|12394|||Sex reversed and wild type mice on DNA helix model |
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|/media/421473/figure1g_450px.jpg|12424|||Hippocampus stained for plaques in wild type, APP only, chromosome 21 only and chromosome 21 and APP mice.|
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T3I AUG 2011

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|/media/84214/20100810-_mg_1544.jpg|2299|Computer processing at the London Research Institute|© Noel Murphy|Computer processing at the London Research Institute|
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|/media/84230/20100810-_mg_1658.jpg|2300|Biomolecular modelling Group at the London Research Institute|© Noel Murphy|Biomolecular modelling Group at the London Research Institute|
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|/media/84246/20100811-_mg_2387.jpg|2301|High throughput DNA sequencing at NIMR|© Noel Murphy|DNA sequencing at NIMR|
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Crick retreat Sept 2011

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|/media/86874/crick retreat 20-9-11 053.jpeg|2402||© The Francis Crick Institute|Paul French|
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|/media/86858/crick-retreat-20-9-11-039.jpg|2401||© The Francis Crick Institute|Michael Way|
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|/media/86890/crick retreat 20-9-11 062.jpeg|2403||© The Francis Crick Institute|Thomas Surrey and Victor Tybulewicz|
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|/media/86906/crick retreat 20-9-11 066.jpg|2404||© The Francis Crick Institute|Troy Margrie|
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|/media/86922/crick retreat 20-9-11 084.jpeg|2405||© The Francis Crick Institute|James Turner|
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|/media/86938/crick retreat 20-9-11 090.jpeg|2406||© The Francis Crick Institute|Michael Simpson|
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|/media/86954/crick retreat 20-9-11 094.jpeg|2407||© The Francis Crick Institute|Phil Beales|
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|/media/86970/crick retreat 20-9-11 104.jpeg|2408||© The Francis Crick Institute|Molly Stevens|
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|/media/86986/crick retreat 20-9-11 106.jpeg|2409||© The Francis Crick Institute|Tariq Enver|
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|/media/87002/crick retreat 20-9-11 108.jpg|2410||© The Francis Crick Institute|Chatting over coffee|
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|/media/87018/crick retreat 20-9-11 115.jpeg|2411||© The Francis Crick Institute|Andy Smith and Jo Payne|
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|/media/87034/crick retreat 20-9-11 119.jpg|2412||© The Francis Crick Institute|A coffee break discussion|
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|/media/87050/crick retreat 20-9-11 121.jpeg|2413||© The Francis Crick Institute|Coffee break|
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|/media/87066/crick retreat 20-9-11 139.jpeg|2414||© The Francis Crick Institute|Mark Skehel|
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|/media/87082/crick retreat 20-9-11 140.jpeg|2415||© The Francis Crick Institute|Tom Frenkiel|
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|/media/87114/crick retreat 20-9-11 148.jpeg|2417||© The Francis Crick Institute|Jim Smith|
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|/media/87130/crick retreat 20-9-11 152.jpeg|2418||© The Francis Crick Institute|Paul Nurse looks upon building interior|
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|/media/87146/crick retreat 20-9-11 157.jpeg|2419||© The Francis Crick Institute|Paul Nurse|
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|/media/87162/crick retreat 20-9-11 165.jpeg|2420||© The Francis Crick Institute|Patrick Maxwell|
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|/media/87178/crick retreat 20-9-11 170.jpeg|2421||© The Francis Crick Institute|Maggie Dallman and Robert Lechler|
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|/media/87194/crick retreat 20-9-11 172.jpeg|2422||© The Francis Crick Institute|Maggie Dallman|
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|/media/87210/crick retreat 20-9-11 180.jpg|2423||© The Francis Crick Institute|Jonathan Stoye|
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|/media/87226/crick retreat 20-9-11 183.jpg|2424||© The Francis Crick Institute|James Briscoe questions Paul Nurse|
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|/media/87242/crick retreat 20-9-11 190.jpeg|2425||© The Francis Crick Institute|Paul Nurse answers |
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|/media/87258/crick-retreat-20-9-11-197.jpg|2426||© The Francis Crick Institute|A question |
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|/media/87362/crick retreat 20-9-11 038.jpeg|2431||© The Francis Crick Institute|Facundo Batista|
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Crick retreat pics with quotes

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|/media/87312/lucy collinson.jpg|2429|Lucy Collinson, the head of electron microscopy at LRI said: “The presentations were understandable, concise, and exciting with really attention-grabbing data. It was really good to meet new colleagues, a good opportunity to network both with scientists and non-scientists.”|© The Francis Crick Institute|Lucy Collinson|
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|/media/87328/crick retreat 20-9-11 064.jpg|2430|Anne O’Garra, head of NIMR's Division of Immunoregulation: “The retreat was an excellent opportunity for scientists from the NIMR, LRI and UCL, King’s and Imperial to mix both scientifically and socially. There was a good atmosphere and it was helpful to gain a clearer picture of the breadth of science covered at each of the institutes. A scientific seminar series between the partners is a good idea that we should help materialise.”|© The Francis Crick Institute|Anne O'Garra|
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Time capsule OCT 11

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|/media/2462/_DSC8048.jpg|2462|Mayor of London Boris Johnson with David Willetts MP, Sir Paul Nurse and Gabrielle Crick at the burial of a time capsule, 11 October 2011|© Wellcome Images|Mayor of London Boris Johnson with David Willetts MP, Sir Paul Nurse and Gabrielle Crick at the burial of a time capsule on the site for The Francis Crick Institute on 11 October 2011|
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|/media/88320/_dsc8101.jpg|2459|Gabrielle Crick speaks in front of Boris Johnson, David Willetts MP and Paul Nurse at the burial of a time capsule on the site of The Francis Crick Institute on 11 October 2011 |© Wellcome Images|Gabrielle Crick speaks in front of Boris Johnson, David Willetts MP and Paul Nurse |
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|/media/88354/_dsc8151.jpg|2460|Gabrielle Crick signals the lowering of the time capsule, buried on 11 October 2011|© Wellcome Images|Gabrielle Crick signals the lowering of the time capsule|
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|/media/2463/_DSC8120- plaque.jpg|2463|The plaque on the brass time capsule|© Wellcome Images|The plaque on the brass time capsule buried at the site of The Francis Crick Institute on 11 October 2011|
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|/media/2464/_DSC8140.jpg|2464|Members of The Francis Crick Institute Board and Executive join Gabrielle Crick, science minister David Willetts MP, Mayor of London Boris Johnson, and Frank Dobson MP at the burial of the time capsule|© Wellcome Images|Members of The Francis Crick Institute Board and Executive join Gabrielle Crick, science minister David Willetts MP, Mayor of London Boris Johnson, and Frank Dobson MP at the burial of the time capsule on the site for The Francis Crick Institute on 11 October 2011|
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|/media/2465/_DSC8219.jpg|2465|David Willetts MP and Sir Paul Nurse present Gabrielle Crick with a scale model of The Francis Crick Institute building|© Wellcome Images|David Willetts MP and Sir Paul Nurse present Gabrielle Crick with a scale model of The Francis Crick Institute building|
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|/media/2467/IMG_1248.jpg|2467|Director and Chief Executive of The Francis Crick Institute Sir Paul Nurse welcomes Imperial College London and King’s College London |© Wellcome Images|Director and Chief Executive of The Francis Crick Institute Sir Paul Nurse welcomes Imperial College London and King’s College London|
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|/media/2469/IMG_1255.jpg|2469|Science minister David Willetts|© Wellcome Images|Science minister David Willetts|
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|/media/2466/_DSC8212.jpg|2466|Imperial College London and King’s College London formally sign up to join The Francis Crick Institute on 11 October 2011|© Wellcome Images|Sir Keith O'Nions, Rector of Imperial College London and Sir Rick Trainor, Principal of King’s College London join existing members of the Board of The Francis Crick Institute to sign up to become part of the Institute on 11 October 2011|
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|/media/95733/dimbleby.jpg|2723|Paul Nurse delivers the Dimbleby lecture|© BBC|Paul Nurse delivers the Dimbleby lecture|
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|/media/95986/tim hunt 2.jpg|2732|Julie Cooper, Alok Jha and Tim Hunt discuss science with Camden students|© David Bacon, Cancer Research UK|Julie Cooper, Alok Jha and Tim Hunt discuss science with Camden students|
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|/media/97472/mariam_zaidi_640x480px.jpg|2809|Mariam Zaidi, from Kingsbury High School, won the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar prize in the National Science and Engineering Competition for an investigation into arterial valves in mice and human embryos.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Mariam Zaidi, from Kingsbury High School, won the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar prize in the National Science and Engineering Competition for an investigation into arterial valves in mice and human embryos.|
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2012 News

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Wellcome Image awards

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|/media/3047/Intracranial recording by Robert Ludlow.jpg|3047|The surface of a brain belonging to a patient with epilepsy by Robert Ludlow|© Wellcome Images|Intracranial recording for epilepsy by Robert Ludlow|
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|/media/3048/Cell division by Kuan-Chung.jpg|3048|Time lapse image of a cancer cell dividing by Kuan-Chung Su|© Wellcome Images|Time lapse image of a cancer cell dividing|
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|/media/3049/Connective tissue by Anne Weston.jpg|3049|Tissue removed from a knee during surgery|© Wellcome Images|Connective tissue removed from a knee during surgery by Anne Weston|
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|/media/3050/Diatom frustule by Anne Weston.jpg|3050|A diatom frustule|© Wellcome Images|A diatom frustule by Anne Weston|
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2012 festivals

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|/media/109558/pop_up.jpg|3171|The Pop-Up Festival of Stories||The Pop-Up Festival of Stories|
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|/media/111461/l0016013.jpg|3243|Stannington Sanatorium for children affected by TB |© Wellcome Images|Stannington Sanatorium for children affected by TB |
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|/media/112878/carol_dezateux_1024x572px.jpg|3308|Carol Dezateux speaking at the Population Laboratory|© UCL|Carol Dezateux speaking at the Population Laboratory|
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|/media/130988/strategy1024x1365px.jpg|3985|The Crick's Strategy: Discovery without Boundaries||The Crick's Strategy: Discovery without Boundaries|
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|/media/131583/c0090722.jpg|4002|Sir Paul Nurse and the Chancellor completing the Topping Out of the Crick institute. |© Wellcome Images|Topping Out of the Crick Building|
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|/media/131943/s_s2-60.jpg|4004|||Children at a Science and Story workshop|
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|/media/134258/jo_kennedy.jpg|4094|Jo Kennedy (centre) receiving the award||Jo Kennedy (centre)|
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|/media/135000/2nd_crick_postdoc_retreat.jpg|4113|Questions during the retreat||Questions during the retreat|
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|/media/135016/not_a_poster_session_image_2_1024x654px.jpg|4114|Delegates mingling during the poster sessions||Delegates mingling during the poster sessions|
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|/media/153870/loresweb__mg_8621.jpg|4835|The Imaging Hub at the Science Museum 'Lates' event|© Wellcome Images|The Imaging Hub at the Science Museum 'Lates' event|
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|/media/169840/shawcross_2__2_.jpg|5376|Conrad Shawcross with a maquette of 'Paradigm'.||Conrad Shawcross with a maquette of 'Paradigm'.|
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|/media/170580/an54564228a_party_to_celebr_1024_673px.jpg|5403|||The front of the Crick lit up for the event. |
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|/media/173081/c0106444.jpg|5484|||Pipework and services in the Crick|
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|/media/173720/dsc_4323.jpg|5502|Aerial view of the Crick, the British Library and the surrounding area.||Aerial view of the Crick, the British Library and the surrounding area.|
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|/media/226933/martin_from_lincoln_s_inn_labs.jpg|7587|Martin Jones, a Crick researcher, ran the marathon in aid of Cancer Research UK. ||Martin Jones, a Crick researcher running for CRUK|
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|/media/234843/imperial.jpg|7678|Cytotoxic T cells with the protein LEM stained.||Cytotoxic T cells with the protein LEM stained.|
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|/media/267248/peter_vl.jpg|8681|||Peter Van Loo collecting trophy|
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|/media/271200/holly.gif|8822|||Holly|
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|/media/276654/_8102919_1024x683px.jpg|8993|Crick COO, David Roblin, collecting the award with Baroness Jo Valentine, Chief Executive of London First and Peter Vernon, Chief Executive of Grosvenor Britain and Ireland.||Crick COO, David Roblin, collecting the award |
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|/media/279418/paradigm.jpg|9048|Paradigm being assembled at the fabricators||Paradigm being assembled at the fabricators|
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|/media/281281/_mg_0070_1024x683px.jpg|9169|Conrad Shawcross standing in front of Paradigm|© David Sanderson/Wellcome Images|Conrad Shawcross standing in front of Paradigm|
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Women in Stem

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|/media/289508/aerial_march_16.jpg|9356|Aerial view of the Crick - March 2016|© Laing O'Rourke|The Crick from above|
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|/media/9520/LSDImperial.jpg|9520|The areas that contributed to vision were more active under LSD (right), which was linked to hallucinations.||The areas that contributed to vision were more active under LSD (right), which was linked to hallucinations.|
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|/media/9521/LSDimperial2.PNG|9521|This image shows how, with eyes-closed, much more of the brain contributes to the visual experience under LSD than under placebo. The magnitude of this effect correlated with participants reports of complex, dreamlike visions.||This image shows how, with eyes-closed, much more of the brain contributes to the visual experience under LSD than under placebo. The magnitude of this effect correlated with participants reports of complex, dreamlike visions.|
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|/media/300779/c0130982.jpg|9577|Crick Chat on tissue engineering||Crick Chat on tissue engineering|
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|/media/9651/Francis Crick portrait by Robert Ballagh, photo copyright Paul Mulligan.jpg|9651|Francis Crick portrait by Robert Ballagh|© Photo copyright Paul Rattigan|Francis Crick portrait by Robert Ballagh|
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|/media/9653/Francis Crick portrait by Robert Ballagh_photo copyright Paul Mulligan.jpg|9653|Francis Crick portrait by Robert Ballagh|© Photo copyright Paul Rattigan|Francis Crick portrait by Robert Ballagh|
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|/media/9675/Beverly Griffin.png|9675|Beverly Griffin in 1979||Beverly Griffin in 1979|
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|/media/9682/Jean Langhorne_prize.jpg|9682|Jean receives flowers from Andy Waters, Chair of the BioMalPar Steering Committee|© BioMalPar|Jean receives flowers from Andy Waters, Chair of the BioMalPar Steering Committee|
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|/media/306946/crick_at_pride_parade_2016_-_sq.jpg|9765|Crick at Pride 2016||Crick at Pride 2016|
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|/media/309237/20160613-_mg_1326.jpg|9809|Paul Nurse||Paul Nurse|
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|/media/309443/buskers.jpg|9816|Science buskers||Science buskers|
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|/media/309978/paul_and_mayor_professional.jpg|9830||© Ben Broomfield|The Mayor of London with Paul Nurse|
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|/media/9838/UV Sensitive beads (3).png|9838|UV sensitive beads in combination with sunscreen lotions with different SPFs after being exposed to ‘black light’||UV sensitive beads in combination with sunscreen lotions with different SPFs after being exposed to ‘black light’|
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|/media/310374/front_cover_crick_institute_annual_review_2015-2016.jpg|9843|||Cover of annual review|
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|/media/9981/Charles Swanton_2.jpg|9981|Charles Swanton of the Francis Crick Institute||Charles Swanton|
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|/media/10318/20160629-_MG_2919.png|10318|David Roblin, Chief Operating Officer and Director of Scientific Translation.||David Roblin, Chief Operating Officer and Director of Scientific Translation|
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|/media/10319/Francis_Crick_Institute-0702.JPG|10319|The Francis Crick Institute in St Pancras.|© Fiona Hanson/Francis Crick Institute|The Francis Crick Institute in St Pancras|
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|/media/10320/Francis_Crick_Institute-0825.JPG|10320|Sir Paul Nurse, director of the Francis Crick Institute.|© Fiona Hanson/Francis Crick Institute|Sir Paul Nurse|
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|/media/10321/Francis_Crick_Institute-5375.JPG|10321|Scientist at work at the Francis Crick Institute.|© Fiona Hanson/Francis Crick Institute|Scientist at work at a microscope|
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|/media/10322/Francis_Crick_Institute-5706.JPG|10322|Scientists in the Francis Crick Institute.|© Fiona Hanson/Francis Crick Institute|Inside the Francis Crick Institute.|
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|/media/10323/Francis_Crick_Institute-8660.JPG|10323|Scientist at a centrifuge.|© Fiona Hanson/Francis Crick Institute|Scientist at a centrifuge|
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|/media/10377/LLW02.jpg|10377|||Camden school students visit the Crick after becoming an accredited London Living Wage employer.|
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Opening ceremony

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|/media/330650/queen_starts_sequencing_600px.png|10437|The Queen presses the button to start the sequencing of Paul Nurse's genome.|© Fiona Hanson|The Queen presses the button to start the sequencing of Paul Nurse's genome.|
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|/media/330666/the_queen_and_paul_nurse_looking_up._600px.png|10438|The Queen and Paul Nurse|© Fiona Hanson|The Queen and Paul Nurse|
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|/media/331284/boulton_rad51_600px.png|10455|Rad51 paralogs bound to the end of a Rad51 filament. ||Rad51 paralogs bound to the end of a Rad51 filament. |
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|/media/10482/Daniel Burnham.jpg|10482|Daniel Burnham|© Daniel Burnham|Daniel Burnham|
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|/media/335817/westminster_danielburnham01.jpg|10539|The Palace of Westminster||The Palace of Westminster|
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|/media/337015/crickmas_image_2.jpg|10589|Crickmas tree||Crickmas tree|
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|/media/10632/Jim Smith.png|10632|Dr Jim Smith||Dr Jim Smith|
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|/media/338574/john_cooper_200.jpg|10637|John Cooper||John Cooper|
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|/media/342256/david_roblin.png|10718|David Roblin||David Roblin|
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|/media/343246/caetano.jpg|10787|||Caetano Reis e Sousa|
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|/media/10949/The Living Centre-82.jpg|10949|The Living Centre at the Francis Crick Institute.|© Living Centre Partners|The Living Centre at the Francis Crick Institute|
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|/media/10950/The Living Centre-138.jpg|10950|The Living Centre at the Francis Crick Institute.|© Living Centre Partners|The Living Centre at the Francis Crick Institute|
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|/media/11019/Weston Discovery Lab04.jpg|11019|Science activities in the new Weston Discovery Lab for primary school pupils aged 9 and 10.|© Steven Pocock/Wellcome|Schoolchildren in the Weston Discovery Lab at the Crick|
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|/media/11020/Weston Discovery Lab03.jpg|11020|Year 5 schoolchildren enjoy science in the Weston Discovery Lab at the Crick.|© Steven Pocock/Wellcome|Schoolchildren in the Weston Discovery Lab at the Crick|
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|/media/11021/Weston Discovery Lab02.jpg|11021|A science session for primary schools at the Weston Discovery Lab is led by the Crick's education team.|© Steven Pocock/Wellcome|Schoolchildren in the Weston Discovery Lab at the Crick|
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|/media/11022/Weston Discovery Lab01.jpg|11022|A bubble volcano erupts spectacularly in a session for primary school children at the Weston Discovery Lab.|© Steven Pocock/Wellcome|Schoolchildren in the Weston Discovery Lab at the Crick|
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|/media/358016/tomas___karen.png|11078|Tomas Lindahl and Karen Vousden||Tomas Lindahl and Karen Vousden|
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|/media/364161/andrewsampling.jpg|11208|Blood samples from the TRACERx study|© Francis Crick Institute|Blood samples from the TRACERx study|
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|/media/365157/stoye.jpg|11246|Jonathan Stoye||Jonathan Stoye|
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|/media/365788/acmedsci.jpg|11267|Academy of Medical Sciences|© Academy of Medical Sciences|Academy of Medical Sciences|
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|/media/367580/updated_photo_of_dr_sam_barrell.jpg|11309|Dr Samantha Barrell|© Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust|Dr Samantha Barrell|
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|/media/371773/ngut-1330-0001.jpg|11330|Exterior shot of the Francis Crick Institute|© Nick Guttridge|Francis Crick Institute building|
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|/media/371807/solar.jpg|11332|Solar panels across the South side of the Francis Crick Institute.|© Nick Guttridge|Solar panels across the South side of the Francis Crick Institute.|
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|/media/371861/crickext.jpg|11334|Francis Crick Institute building photographed from Ossulston Street.|© Nick Guttridge|Francis Crick Institute building.|
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|/media/375702/rtpi_story_photo.jpg|11391|The Francis Crick Institute||The Francis Crick Institute|
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|/media/375812/swanton_charlie-55.jpg|11395||© Francis Crick Institute|Charlie Swanton |
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|/media/375866/img_3391.jpg|11397|Dangoor Walk||Dangoor Walk|
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|/media/11455/Lord Browne webstory.jpg|11455|||Lord Browne of Madingley|
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|/media/379400/smallbtg170714105047-2.jpg|11503|||The King and of Spain looking down a microscope|
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|/media/379416/entry.jpg|11504|||The King and Queen of Spain meeting the Duke of York |
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|/media/379432/smallbtg170714103320.jpg|11505|||The King and Queen visiting the Advanced Sequencing lab |
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|/media/379448/smallbtg170714110115.jpg|11506|||The King and Queen meet Spanish staff at the Crick |
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|/media/379464/thissmallbtg170714112342.jpg|11507|||The King chats to Spanish staff at the Crick |
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|/media/379480/book.jpg|11508|||The King signs the visitors' book |
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|/media/379496/depart.jpg|11509|||The King and Queen get ready to depart the Crick |
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|/media/379965/peter_ratcliffe.jpg|11523|||Peter Ratcliffe|
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|/media/380250/wilkinson012-small.jpg|11536|Crick Group Leader Robert Wilkinson photographed with fellow researchers at the University of Cape Town. ||Crick Group Leader Robert Wilkinson photographed with fellow researchers at the University of Cape Town. |
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|/media/381625/nmr_magnet_arrives_at_site_from_mill_hill__1_.jpg|11566|||The NMR magnet arriving|
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|/media/381673/dr_tom_frenkiel_looks_on_during_the_final_push.jpg|11569|||Dr Tom Frenkiel looks on during the final push|
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|/media/381689/labsmovingin2016-01.jpg|11570|||Percentage of labs moved over 2016|
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|/media/381721/francis_crick_institute-5593_1-edit.jpg|11572|||The Francis Crick Institute before scientists move in|
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|/media/381773/ravidesai47-edit.jpg|11574|Ravi Desai||Ravi Desai|
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|/media/381789/ravidesai26-edit.jpg|11575|||Ravi Desai|
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|/media/381841/lucycollinson63-edit.jpg|11577|Lucy Collinson||Lucy Collinson|
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|/media/381857/lucycollinson09-edit.jpg|11578|Lucy Collinson||Lucy Collinson|
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|/media/399865/winners_450px.jpg|11952|||The winners of the 2017 Sir David Cooksey Prize|
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|/media/399897/all_450px.jpg|11954|||Sir David Cooksey, Veronique Birault, Paul Nurse and the winners of the 2017 Sir David Cooksey Prize in Translation|
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|/media/401737/lung_tumours_450px.jpg|11990||© Francis Crick Institute|CT images showing lung tumour progression. |
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|/media/401753/scanners_450px.jpg|11991||© Francis Crick Institute|SPECT/CT and PET/MRI machines |
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|/media/401769/extar_photo_450px.jpg|11992|||close up of an in vivo imaging machine |
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|/media/401785/brain_tumour_dti_450px.jpg|11993||© Francis Crick Institute|MRI scans of brain tumours. |
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|/media/405577/jane_photo__1__450px.jpg|12055|||Jane Hughes|
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|/media/405861/alison_davis_image_450px.jpg|12068|||Alison Davis |
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|/media/413113/sharon_tooze_and_caetano_reis_e_sousa_pictures.png|12234|||Sharon Tooze and Caetano Reis e Sousa|
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|/media/413447/dsc_0773__1_.png|12242|||Mike Malley and Andrew Rowan|
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|/media/414341/staffselfieexternal.jpg|12265|||Theresa May and Narendra Modi |
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|/media/414357/indian_staff_photo.jpg|12266|||Photo of Theresa May and Narendra Modi with Crick Indian staff.|
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|/media/414373/entryshotexternal.jpg|12267|||Crick COO Sam Barrell greeting the Prime Ministers. |
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|/media/414389/lab_shot_450.jpg|12268|||The Prime Ministers visiting one of the Crick labs. |
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|/media/416809/karen_voudesn_thomas_lindahl_nas_award_photo_450px.jpg|12318|||Karen Vousden and Tomas Lindahl |
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|/media/417037/royal_society_logo_450px.jpg|12324|||Royal society logo |
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|/media/417159/sharon_jesperv2_450pxjpg.jpg|12327|||Sharon Tooze and Jesper Svestrup |
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|/media/419323/winners_450px.jpg|12370|||winners of 2018 L'Oreal UNESCO award|
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|/media/421315/mri_450px.jpg|12419|||Bernard Siow giving a tour of the in vivo imaging facility |
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|/media/421331/dp_t1_map_stylistic_450px.jpg|12420|||Leaky bone marrow in vivo imaging |
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|/media/421347/jacqui_450px.jpg|12421|||Crick scientist, Jacqui Marshall at the in vivo imaging event |
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|/media/421749/medicine_at_the_crick.jpg|12431|Sir Paul Nurse, director of the Crick, speaks at the inaugural Medicine at the Crick event. ||Medicine at the Crick|
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Newsletter

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NIMR

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|/media/27257/cryoflupicturerosenthal_640x455px.jpg|1623|Influenza virus imaged by electron cryotomography.|© Calder, LJ; Wasilewski, S; Berriman, JA and Rosenthal, PB. Structural organization of a filamentous influenza A virus. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 2010;107(23):10685-90. |Influenza virus imaged by electron cryotomography.|
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|/media/27273/cryoflupicturerosenthal_205x108px.jpg|1624|Influenza virus imaged by electron cryotomography.|© Calder, LJ; Wasilewski, S; Berriman, JA and Rosenthal, PB. Structural organization of a filamentous influenza A virus. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 2010;107(23):10685-90. |Influenza virus imaged by electron cryotomography.|
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|/media/34498/cryoflupicturerosenthal_710x240pxsection.jpg|1730|Influenza virus imaged by electron cryotomography.|© Calder, LJ; Wasilewski, S; Berriman, JA and Rosenthal, PB.|Influenza virus imaged by electron cryotomography.|
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Open for Discovery

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|/media/11128/Crick-and-Watson_image.jpg|11128|Francis Crick and James Watson with their model of part of a DNA molecule |© A. Barrington Brown, Gonville and Caius College, 1953, Courtesy of Science Photo Library|Francis Crick and James Watson|
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|/media/11129/crick-letter-7.jpg|11129|Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son Michael in 1953, explaining what he had found and the significance of such a break through||Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son in 1953|
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|/media/11131/crick-letter-5.jpg|11131|Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son Michael in 1953, explaining what he had found and the significance of such a break through||Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son in 1953|
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|/media/11132/crick-letter-4.jpg|11132|Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son Michael in 1953, explaining what he had found and the significance of such a break through||Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son in 1953|
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|/media/11133/crick-letter-3.jpg|11133|Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son Michael in 1953, explaining what he had found and the significance of such a break through||Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son in 1953|
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|/media/11134/crick-letter-2.jpg|11134|Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son Michael in 1953, explaining what he had found and the significance of such a break through||Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son in 1953|
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|/media/360388/letter_1-large.jpg|11135|Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son Michael in 1953, explaining what he had found and the significance of such a break through||Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son in 1953|
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|/media/11136/crick-letter-6.jpg|11136|Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son Michael in 1953, explaining what he had found and the significance of such a break through||Letter written by Francis Crick to his 12-year-old son in 1953|
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|/media/360420/peter_rosenthal_credit-ben-gilbert_wellcome-new.jpg|11137|Peter Rosenthal in the Structural Biology of Cells and Viruses Laboratory, with a cryomicroscope |© Ben Gilbert / 2017 / Wellcome|Peter Rosenthal in the Structural Biology of Cells and Viruses Laboratory|
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|/media/360436/john_mccauley_credit-ben-gilbert_wellcome-new.jpg|11138|John McCauley in the Crick Worldwide Influenza Centre |© Ben Gilbert / 2017 / Wellcome|John McCauley in the Crick Worldwide Influenza Centre |
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|/media/360452/julian_downwardb_credit-thomas-farnetti_wellcome-new.jpg|11139|Julian Downward in the Oncogene Biology Laboratory |© Thomas Farnetti / 2017 / Wellcome|Julian Downward in the Oncogene Biology Laboratory |
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|/media/11140/crick-and-watson.jpg|11140|Francis Crick and James Watson with their model of part of a DNA molecule |© A. Barrington Brown, Gonville and Caius College, 1953, Courtesy of Science Photo Library|Francis Crick and James Watson|
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|/media/11141/Luiz_Carvalho_optionA_credit-Ben-Gilbert_Wellcome.jpg|11141|Luiz Carvalho next to a mass spectrometer in the Mycobacterial Metabolism and Antibiotic Research Laboratory |© Ben Gilbert / 2017 / Wellcome|Luiz Carvalho next to a mass spectrometer in the Mycobacterial Metabolism and Antibiotic Research Laboratory |
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|/media/11142/Anne_OGarra_credit-Thomas-Farnetti_Wellcome.jpg|11142|Anne O’Garra in the Immunoregulation and Infection Laboratory |© Thomas Farnetti / 2017 / Wellcome|Anne O’Garra in the Immunoregulation and Infection Laboratory |
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|/media/11143/Charlie_Swanton_credit-Thomas-Farnetti_Wellcome.jpg|11143|Charles Swanton in the Translational Cancer Therapeutics Laboratory |© Thomas Farnetti / 2017 / Wellcome|Charles Swanton in the Translational Cancer Therapeutics Laboratory|
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|/media/11144/Ilaria_Melanchi_credit-Thomas-Farnetti_Wellcome.jpg|11144|Ilaria Malanchi in the Tumour-Host Interaction Laboratory |© Thomas Farnetti / 2017 / Wellcome|Ilaria Malanchi in the Tumour-Host Interaction Laboratory |
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|/media/11146/Adrian_Hayday_credit-Ben-Gilbert_Wellcome.jpg|11146|Adrian Hayday with members of the Immunosurveillance Laboratory |© Ben Gilbert / 2017 / Wellcome|Adrian Hayday with members of the Immunosurveillance Laboratory |
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|/media/11147/Erik_Sahai_credit-Thomas-Farnetti_Wellcome-(1).jpg|11147|Erik Sahai in the Tumour Cell Biology Laboratory |© Thomas Farnetti / 2017 / Wellcome|Erik Sahai in the Tumour Cell Biology Laboratory |
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|/media/11149/Letter_6-large.jpg|11149|Letter written by Francis Crick in 1953 to his 12-year-old son Michael explaining the significance of his break-through|© A. Barrington Brown, Gonville and Caius College, 1953, Courtesy of Science Photo Library|Letter written by Francis Crick in 1953 to his 12-year-old son Michael |
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|/media/360644/letter_1-large.jpg|11151|Letter written by Francis Crick in 1953 to his 12-year-old son Michael, explaining what he had found and the significance of such a break through|© A. Barrington Brown, Gonville and Caius College, 1953, Courtesy of Science Photo Library|Letter written by Francis Crick in 1953 to his 12-year-old son Michael|
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|/media/360660/letter_5-large.jpg|11152|Letter written by Francis Crick in 1953 to his 12-year-old son Michael explaining the significance of his break-through|© A. Barrington Brown, Gonville and Caius College, 1953, Courtesy of Science Photo Library|Letter written by Francis Crick in 1953 to his 12-year-old son Michael |
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|/media/11155/Steve_West_credit-Ben-Gilbert_Wellcome.jpg|11155|Stephen West with members of the DNA Recombination and Repair Laboratory |© Ben Gilbert / 2017 / Wellcome |Stephen West with members of the DNA Recombination and Repair Laboratory |
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|/media/11156/John_Diffley_credit-Ben-Gilbert_Wellcome.jpg|11156|John Diffley in the Chromosome Replication Laboratory |© Ben Gilbert / 2017 / Wellcome |John Diffley in the Chromosome Replication Laboratory |
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Our building

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|/media/10924/0Paul-Grundy-fci.jpg|10924|Inside the Crick|© Paul Grundy|Inside the Crick|
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|/media/10925/aul-Grundy-fci.jpg|10925|Collaboration space inside the Crick|© Paul Grundy|Collaboration space inside the Crick|
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|/media/10926/Crick-Lab.jpg|10926|View of the Crick from St Pancras|© Nick Guttridge|View of the Crick from St Pancras|
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|/media/10927/Francis_Crick_Institute-5579.jpg|10927|View of the Cick's atrium|© Fiona Hanson|View of the Cick's atrium|
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|/media/10928/Francis_Crick_Institute-5693.jpg|10928|View of the labs in the Crick|© Fiona Hanson|View of the labs in the Crick|
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|/media/10929/Francis_Crick_Institute-8465.jpg|10929|View of the central staircase|© Fiona Hanson|View of the central staircase|
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|/media/10930/NGUT-1330-0014.jpg|10930|View of the front of the Crick|© Nick Guttridge|View of the front of the Crick|
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|/media/10931/NGUT-1330-0017.jpg|10931|View of the back of the Crick|© Nick Guttridge|View of the back of the Crick|
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|/media/10932/NGUT-1330-0018.jpg|10932|View of the back of the Crick|© Nick Guttridge|View of the front of the Crick|
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|/media/10933/NGUT-1330-0058.jpg|10933|View of the back of the Crick|© Nick Guttridge|View of the back of the Crick|
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|/media/10934/NGUT-1330-0067.jpg|10934|View of the Crick from Midland road|© Nick Guttridge|View of the Crick from Midland road|
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|/media/10935/NGUT-1330-0083.jpg|10935|View of the Crick from Midland road|© Nick Guttridge|View of the Crick from Midland road|
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|/media/10936/NGUT-1330-0089-(1).jpg|10936|View of Paradigm at the front of the Crick|© Nick Guttridge|View of Paradigm at the front of the Crick|
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|/media/10937/NGUT-1330-0111.jpg|10937|View from Brill Place park|© Nick Guttridge|View from Brill Place park|
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|/media/10938/Paul-Grundy-fci.jpg|10938|Inside a corridor in the Crick|© Paul Grundy|Inside a corridor in the Crick|
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|/media/10939/Paul-Grundy-fci11.jpg|10939|View of the central staircase in the Crick|© Paul Grundy|View of the central staircase in the Crick|
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Press Releases

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|/media/21994/george_osborne_david_laws.jpg|1519|George Osbourne and David Laws.||George Osbourne and David Laws.|
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|/media/22084/ukcmri_image_descriptionsheetcredits.jpg|1525|Image description sheet credits.||Image description sheet credits.|
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|/media/22625/paulnurse_s.jpg|1538|Sir Paul Nurse.||Sir Paul Nurse.|
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|/media/57234/view from st pancras at dusk.jpg|2048|A view of UKCMRI from St Pancras International at dusk|© Justin Piperger Photography/Wadsworth3d|A view of UKCMRI from St Pancras International at dusk|
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|/media/22132/v05_ossulston_st.jpg|1528|Ossulston St View.||Ossulston St View.|
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|/media/22148/view02_brill_place.jpg|1529|Brill Place View.||Brill Place View.|
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|/media/83457/construction latest.jpg|2266|The Francis Crick Institute is under construction at St Pancras in London at a cost of £650million|© The Francis Crick Institute|The Francis Crick Institute is under construction at St Pancras in London at a cost of £650million|
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|/media/84087/hilary_newiss_030.jpg|2291|Hilary Newiss ||Hilary Newiss has been appointed to the board of the Francis Crick Institute as a director and trustee|
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|/media/22164/view03_midland_road_entrance.jpg|1530|View of Midland Road Entrance.||View of Midland Road Entrance.|
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|/media/22180/wellcome1-474-300x254.jpg|1531|Gordon Brown reviews the plans for the institute during a visit to the Wellcome Trust.||Gordon Brown reviews the plans for the institute during a visit to the Wellcome Trust.|
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Tree of Life 2011

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|/media/93984/heart_strings_aloysius_juniors.jpg|2675|Heart strings; a tree of life decoration from St Aloysius Junior School|© Lizzie Burns|Heart strings|
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|/media/94000/edith_neville_pupils.jpg|2676|Edith Neville pupils create decorations for a tree of life|© Lizzie Burns|Edith Neville pupils create decorations for a tree of life|
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|/media/94016/en -king-of-viruses.jpg|2677|A decoration called "King of viruses"|© Lizzie Burns|A decoration called "King of viruses"|
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|/media/94032/edith_neville_dna_sculpture.jpg|2678|DNA sculpture, Edith Neville Primary School|© Lizzie Burns|DNA sculpture, Edith Neville Primary School|
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|/media/94048/tree_of_life.jpg|2679|Tree of life in the window of the Wellcome Trust|© The Francis Crick Institute|Tree of life|
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|/media/94064/flu_virus.jpg|2680|Sculpture of a flu virus hanging from a treel of life|© The Francis Crick Institute|Flu virus hanging from a treel of life|
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|/media/94080/aloysius_juniors-workshop_scene_2.jpg|2681|A tree of life workshop at St Aloysius Juniors|© Lizzie Burns|A tree of life workshop at St Aloysius Juniors|
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|/media/162815/roblin_picture_o.jpg|5139|||David Roblin, COO of the Crick|
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Unprecedented step gallery

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|/media/22026/ukcmri_aerial_view_from_northwest.jpg|1521|UKCMRI: Aerial view from north west|© Rendering: Cityscape|UKCMRI: Aerial view from north west|
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|/media/22042/ukcmri_entrance_atrium_looking_east.jpg|1522|UKCMRI: entrance atrium looking east|© Rendering: Wadsworth 3D|UKCMRI: entrance atrium looking east|
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|/media/22010/ukcmri_ entrance_atrium.jpg|1520|UKCMRI: Entrance atrium|© Rendering: Glowfrog|UKCMRI: Entrance atrium|
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|/media/22068/ukcmri_entrance_atrium_view_from_eurostar_terminal-m.jpg|1524|UKCMRI: Entrance atrium view from Eurostar Terminal, Midland Road|© Justin Piperger/Wadsworth3d|UKCMRI: Entrance atrium view from Eurostar Terminal, Midland Road|
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|/media/22100/ukcmri_ossulston_street_looking_northwest.jpg|1526|Ossulston Street looking northwest|© Justin Piperger/Wadsworth3d|Ossulston Street looking northwest|
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|/media/22116/ukcmri_view_intersection_ossulstonst_and_brillplace.jpg|1527|View at intersection of Ossulston Street and Brill Place looking south|© Justin Piperger/Wadsworth3d|View at intersection of Ossulston Street and Brill Place looking south|
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|/media/241191/cherapanov_image.jpg|7908|Cryo-electron microscopy structure of a retroviral integrase attacking a human nucleosome. This macromolecular assembly represents a key intermediate during the integration of the retrotrascribed viral genome into host-cell chromosomes.||Cryo-electron microscopy structure of a retroviral integrase attacking a human nucleosome. |
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|/media/9540/Mulit-faceted approach_Svestrup.jpg|9540|Q-Exactive Orbitrap mass spectrometer at the Proteomics Science and Technology Platform at Clare Hall. This technology was used to identify and quantify all peptides used in this study.||Q-Exactive Orbitrap mass spectrometer at the Proteomics Science and Technology Platform at Clare Hall. This technology was used to identify and quantify all peptides used in this study.|
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|/media/9543/Immune response_Tolar.png|9543|Immune synapses of naive and germinal centre B cells.||Immune synapses of naive and germinal centre B cells.|
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|/media/9551/Echo_Mulit-faceted approach_Svestrup.jpg|9551|Ilaria Gori in the High Throughput Screening Laboratory where the genomic screening for this work was carried out. (Ilaria is now in Caroline Hill’s research group).||Ilaria Gori in the High Throughput Screening Laboratory where the genomic screening for this work was carried out. (Ilaria is now in Caroline Hill’s research group).|
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|/media/9678/Macaques in malaysia.jpg|9678|Cynomologus macaque, the natural host which can be infected by P. knowlesi|© Robert Moon|Cynomologus macaque, the natural host which can be infected by P. knowlesi|
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|/media/9680/Human red blood cells with P knowlesi.jpg|9680|Immuno-fluorescence microscopy image of P. knowlesi infected red blood cells. The outline of red blood cells shown in red, and the parasites are labelled with green and blue. |© Robert Moon|Immuno-fluorescence microscopy image of P. knowlesi infected red blood cells. The outline of red blood cells shown in red, and the parasites are labelled with green and blue. |
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Research

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|/media/404032/prieto-godino-research-photo.jpg|12021|Figure 1. We work on different fly species of the genus Drosophila. On the top left, an electrophysiology trace from a recording of olfactory sensory neurons in response to an odour stimulus. In the middle, local interneurons and projection neurons downstream of a single olfactory receptor are labelled in the antennal lobe (equivalent to the mammalian olfactory bulb) of Drosophila sechellia through dye injection. Top right, a phylogenetic tree of acid sensing olfactory receptors in members of the Drosophila melanogaster species group. Bottom right, adult Drosophila optogenetics behavioural experiment.||Work undertaken by the Prieto-Godino lab|
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|/media/81509/rita sousa nunes ucl award july 2011.bmp|2164|Dr Rita Sousa-Nunes from the National Institute for Medical Research, winner of the UCL Neuroscience Prize 2011.|© UCL|Dr Rita Sousa-Nunes winner of the UCL Neuroscience Prize|
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|/media/258919/unnamed.jpg|8447|Schematic of a mouse embryo showing sequential expression of MEIS1 (in grey) and NKX2-5 (in red) in heart cells.||Schematic of a mouse embryo showing sequential expression of MEIS1 (in grey) and NKX2-5 (in red) in heart cells.|
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Science Education

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|/media/104763/lava4_1024x640px.jpg|2965|Making Lava Lamps during Science Week|© The Francis Crick Institute|Making Lava Lamps |
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|/media/104839/teacher1.jpg|2974|Teaching at Edith Neville School|© The Francis Crick Institute|Teaching at Edith Neville School|
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|/media/105295/pop2.jpg|2993|A volunteer taking part in science week |© The Francis Crick Institute|A volunteer taking part in science week |
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|/media/106300/balloon5_1024x640px.jpg|3044|Teaching at Edith Neville School|© The Francis Crick Institute|Teaching at Edith Neville School|
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|/media/3195/DSCN1045.JPG|3195|Start Festival 2012|© The Francis Crick Insitute|Start Festival 2012|
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|/media/110044/dscn1024.jpg|3196|Busking at the Start Festival||Busking at the Start Festival|
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|/media/110108/dscn1064.jpg|3197|Science Snapper||Science Snapper|
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|/media/144980/science_and_story_-_1.jpg|4504|Enjoying reading books produced in our Science and Story project.||Science and story|
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|/media/144996/ey_day_-_dscn2510.jpg|4505|Students taking part in Ernst and Young Smart Futures programme.||Students taking part in Ernst and Young Smart Futures programme|
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|/media/145012/khd10_503x307px.jpg|4506|Students attending a lecture.||Students attending a lecture.|
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microscope_competition

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Gallery 1

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|/media/4904/1_Button_1024x768px.jpg|4904|Microscope image of a button.||Microscope image of a button.|
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|/media/4905/2_Lucie-Button_1204x768px.jpg|4905|Illustration by Lucie.||Illustration by Lucie.|
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|/media/4906/3_Frankie-Glitter-piping_1024x768px.jpg|4906|Microscope image of glitter.||Microscope image of glitter.|
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|/media/4907/4_Frankie_1024x768px.jpg|4907|Illustration by Frankie.||Illustration by Frankie.|
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|/media/4908/5_Camilo-Glitter-ball_1024x768px.jpg|4908|Microscope image of a glitter ball.||Microscope image of a glitter ball.|
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|/media/4909/6_Camilo_1204x768px.jpg|4909|Illustration by Camilo.||Illustration by Camilo.|
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Gallery 2

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|/media/5026/Emily_Year4_Foam.jpg|5026|Foam - by Emily, year 4. ||Foam - by Emily, year 4. |
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|/media/5027/Ziyad_Year3_scissor_blades.jpg|5027|Scissor blade - by Ziyad, year 3. ||Scissor blade - by Ziyad, year 3. |
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|/media/5028/Mellia_Year1_woven_fabric.jpg|5028|Fabric - by Melia, year 1.||Fabric - by Melia, year 1|
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Gallery 3

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|/media/5082/SAM_1054_768x1024px.png|5082|Flower||Flower|
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|/media/5083/SAM_1055_768x1024px.png|5083|Leaf||Leaf|
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Gallery 4

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|/media/5095/Torriano-by_Mahirah_Year4.jpg|5095|by Mahirah, Year 4||by Mahirah, Year 4|
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|/media/5096/Torriano-Piece_of_Leaf_by_Macy_Year5.jpg|5096|Piece of Leaf by Macy, Year 5||Piece of Leaf by Macy, Year 5|
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|/media/5097/Torriano-MetalWatchStrap_by_Leila_Year6.jpg|5097|Metal Watch Strap by Leila, Year 6||Metal Watch Strap by Leila, Year 6|
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Gallery 5

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|/media/5101/02Abdulrahman_Year3_illustrationOfCushion_1024x768px.jpg|5101|Illustration of cushion, Abdulrahman, Year 3.||Illustration of cushion|
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|/media/5102/03Amelia_Year4_aSticker_1024x768px.jpg|5102|Microscope image of a sticker by Amelia, Year 4.||Sticker|
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|/media/5103/04Amelia_Year4_illustration_aSticker_768x860px.jpg|5103|Illustration of a sticker by Amelia, Year 4.||Illustration of a sticker|
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|/media/5104/05Susima_Year4_ExcerciseBookCover_1024x768px.jpg|5104|Microscope image of an exercise book cover by Susima, Year 4.||Exercise Book Cover|
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Gallery 6

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|/media/5207/HawleyInfantsSchool_Veton.jpg|5207|Artwork by Veton||Artwork by Veton|
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|/media/5208/HawleyInfantsSchool_Visar.jpg|5208|Artwork by Visar||Artwork by Visar|
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Gallery 7

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|/media/5210/KingsgateSchool_Year5_fibres.jpg|5210|Year 5 student. The fibres of her bag using crayon, pastel and felt tip.||Artwork by year 5|
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|/media/5211/KingsgateSchool_Rona_Year3_fibres.jpg|5211|Rona, Year 3. Fibres of her teacher’s chair using oil pastel. ||Rona, Year 3. Fibres of her teacher’s chair using oil pastel. |
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|/media/5212/KingsgateSchool_Yousef_Year3_fingerprint.jpg|5212|Yousef, Year 3. His fingerprint in crayon.||Yousef, Year 3. His fingerprint in crayon.|
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|/media/255816/mh_schools_day__2015_1024x769px.jpg|8324|Mill Hill Schools Day 2015||Mill Hill Schools Day 2015|
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|/media/10269/C0128750.jpg|10269|Camden secondary school students finding out more about Women in STEM ©Wellcome Images||Women in STEM event|
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|/media/10912/Engagement-kaliedoscopes-image.jpg|10912|Public kaleidoscope workshop at the Crick Lab||Kaleidoscope workshop at the Crick Lab|
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|/media/1535/contactus_banner_new.jpg|1149|Aerial view of the proposed UKCMRI building and the surrounding area|© Justin Piperger Photography /Wadsworth3d.|Aerial view of the proposed UKCMRI building and the surrounding area|
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|/media/357179/opening-of-the-visitor-center.jpg|11058|A member of the local community using the <a href="https://www.crick.ac.uk/whats-on/community-engagement/living-centre/">Living Centre</a>|© Francis Crick Institute|A member of the local community using the Living Centre|
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|/media/357195/confocal-laser-scanning-of-a-lymphatic-vess.jpg|11059|Confocal laser scanning of a lymphatic vessel|© Taija Makinen, Lymphatic Development|Confocal laser scanning of a lymphatic vessel|
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|/media/357211/francis_crick_institute-8660.jpg|11060|Researcher in the Crick lab|© Fiona Hanson|Researcher in the Crick lab|
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|/media/357227/paul-grundy-fci.jpg|11061|Collaboration spaces inside the Crick|© Paul Grundy|Collaboration spaces inside the Crick|
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|/media/357243/remodelling-of-artery-comprises-of-vessel-regression-_red_-and-endothelial-junction-rearrangement-_green_.jpg|11062|Remodelling of artery comprising vessel regression (red) and endothelial junction rearrangement (green)|© Lucy Collinson|Artery remodelling, regression and rearrangement|
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|/media/357259/one-of-the-predicted-modes-of-the-interaction-between-intasome-and-.jpg|11063|Model of the interaction between intasome and nucleosome structures|© Francis Crick Institute|Model of the interaction between intasome and nucleosome structures.|
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|/media/357275/vaccinia_virus_particles_leaving_a_host_cell_after_replicating.jpg|11064|Vaccinia virus particles leaving a host cell after replicating|© Lucy Collinson|Vaccinia virus particles leaving a host cell after replicating|
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|/media/357419/one-of-the-predicted-modes-of-the-interaction-between-intasome-and-.jpg|11066|Model of the interaction between intasome and nucleosome structures|© Francis Crick Institute|Model of the interaction between intasome and nucleosome structures|
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|/media/254764/thorpe_fig_2.jpg|8270|Figure 2. High-density arrays of yeast allow us to identify changes in protein location that affect cell growth||High-density arrays of yeast allow us to identify changes in protein location that affect cell growth|
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Allotments

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|/media/23037/img_3926_205x108px.jpg|1543|Somers Town Garden Project: temporary allotments.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Somers Town Garden Project: temporary allotments.|
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|/media/23053/img_3926_640x480px.jpg|1544|Somers Town Garden Project: temporary allotments.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Somers Town Garden Project: temporary allotments.|
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|/media/23069/img_3935_205x108px.jpg|1545|Somers Town Garden Project Allotments|© The Francis Crick Institute|Somers Town Garden Project Allotments|
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Local Community

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|/media/23252/p1010913_205x108px.jpg|1550|UKCMRI stall at the 2010 START festival in Somers Town.|© UKCMRI|UKCMRI stall at the 2010 START festival in Somers Town.|
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|/media/23206/p1010913_700x240px_section.jpg|1547|UKCMRI stall at the 2010 START festival in Somers Town.|© UKCMRI|UKCMRI stall at the 2010 START festival in Somers Town.|
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|/media/55775/purchese street open space summer.jpg|2008|Purchese Street Park.|© The Francis Crick Institute|Purchese Street Park.|
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|/media/110678/dscn1043.jpg|3212|Carnival parade at Somers Town Festival, 2012|© The Francis Crick Institute|Carnival parade at Somers Town Festival, 2012|
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Location Map

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|/media/48849/ukcmri_locations_map_680x667px.jpg|1873|Location map showing UKCMRI amidst a cluster of research and clinical centres within easy reach.|© UKCMRI|UKCMRI Location map|
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|/media/21844/british-library-and-st-pancras_205x108px.jpg|1517|St Pancras and the British Library adjacent to the site for The Francis Crick Institute.|© The Francis Crick Institute|St Pancras and the British Library adjacent to the site for The Francis Crick Institute.|
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|/media/21828/british-library-and-st-pancras_640x427px.jpg|1516|St Pancras and the British Library adjacent to the site for The Francis Crick Institute.|© The Francis Crick Institute|St Pancras and the British Library adjacent to the site for The Francis Crick Institute.|
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|/media/23734/strolling-through-somers-town-kids-and-woman-640x427px.jpg|1557|A street near to the site for The Francis Crick Institute.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A street near to the site for The Francis Crick Institute.|
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|/media/23750/strolling-through-somers-town-kids-and-woman_205x108px.jpg|1558|A street near to the site for The Francis Crick Institute.|© The Francis Crick Institute|A street near to the site for The Francis Crick Institute.|
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|/media/25837/building_site_359x450px.jpg|1606|Site for the proposed building. |© The Francis Crick Institute|Site for the proposed building.|
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Noel Murphy

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|/media/20016/200511234-001_205x108px.jpg|1489|Student examining a molecular structure.|© Digital Vision/Punchstock|Student examining a molecular structure.|
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|/media/17926/20100811-_mg_2361_640x427px.jpg|1479|Using a genome sequencer.|© Noel Murphy|Using a genome sequencer.|
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|/media/18134/20100811-_mg_3214_640x427px.jpg|1480|Examining fruit flies for genetic changes.|© Noel Murphy|Examining fruit flies for genetic changes.|
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|/media/18689/20100810-_mg_2187_640x287px.jpg|1482|Group discussion about vascular biology.|© Noel Murphy|Group discussion about vascular biology.|
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|/media/19041/20100810-_mg_1639_640x480px.jpg|1484|PhD student at work.|© Noel Murphy|PhD student at work.|
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|/media/19169/20100810-_mg_1993_205x108px.jpg|1485|Preparing a sample to run on a genome sequencer.|© Noel Murphy|Preparing a sample to run on a genome sequencer.|
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|/media/19776/20100811-_mg_3097_640_480px.jpg|1486|Scientists discussing their recent results.|© Noel Murphy|Scientists discussing their recent results.|
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|/media/19792/20100811-_mg_3097_205x108px.jpg|1487|Scientists discussing their recent results.|© Noel Murphy|Scientists discussing their recent results.|
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|/media/20000/200511234-001_640x480px.jpg|1488|Student examining a molecular structure.|© Digital Vision/Punchstock|Student examining a molecular structure.|
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|/media/23620/20100810-_mg_2103_640x427px.jpg|1555|Studying the cells that develop into blood vessels. |© Noel Murphy|Studying the cells that develop into blood vessels. |
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|/media/23636/20100810-_mg_2103_205x108px.jpg|1556|Studying the cells that develop into blood vessels. |© Noel Murphy|Studying the cells that develop into blood vessels. |
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|/media/1725/20100811-_MG_2361_205x108px.jpg|1725|Using a genome sequencer.|© Noel Murphy|Using a genome sequencer.|
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|/media/1726/20100811-_MG_3214_205x108px.jpg|1726|Examining fruit flies for genetic changes.|© Noel Murphy|Examining fruit flies for genetic changes.|
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|/media/1727/20100810-_MG_2187_205x108px.jpg|1727|Group discussion about vascular biology.|© Noel Murphy|Group discussion about vascular biology.|
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|/media/17361/20100810-_mg_1993adj_710x240px.jpg|1477|Preparing a sample to run on a genome sequencer.|© Noel Murphy|Preparing a sample to run on a genome sequencer.|
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|/media/23518/b0003396_550x549px.jpg|1553|Fluorescent confocal micrograph of human melanoma cells.|© Paul J Smith and Rachel Errington, Wellcome Images |Fluorescent confocal micrograph of human melanoma cells.|
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|/media/24228/b0006472_neurons_640x427px.jpg|1577|Fluorescent micrograph of differentiating neurons.|© Yirui Sun, Wellcome Images|Fluorescent micrograph of differentiating neurons.|
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Translation

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ZebraFish

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|/media/27131/b0003283_zebrafish640x349px.jpg|1616|A zebrafish, one of the organisms used in biomedical research.|© Wellcome Library, London |A zebrafish, one of the organisms used in biomedical research.|
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APPG_Reception

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|/media/44517/appg_reception_640x427px.jpg|1835|David Willets MP|© Wellcome Images|David Willets MP|
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Image awards 2011

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|/media/55379/b0007385.jpg|1994|The underside of a sticking plaster used to treat a razor blade cut as seen by an electron microscope|© Anne Weston/Wellcome Images|Electron microscope image of blood clotting on a plaster|
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|/media/55395/b0007842.jpg|1995|Computer simulation of brain cells called pyramidal neurons thought to be involved in cognitive function|© Michael Häusser and Hermann Cuntz/ Wellcome Images|Computer simulated brain cells called pyramidal neurons thought to be involved in cognitive function in mammals|
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|/media/55411/b0007750.jpg|1996|Detailed structure of the retina from a one-month-old mouse|© Freya Mowat/ Wellcome Images|Detailed structure of the retina from a one-month-old mouse|
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|/media/55443/n0036685.jpg|1998|Surgeons performing keyhole surgery to remove a kidney for transplant|© David Bishop/ Wellcome Images|Surgeons performing keyhole surgery to remove a kidney for transplant|
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|/media/55427/b0007769.jpg|1997|A blind cavefish embryo at around five days after fertilisation|© Monica Folgueira/ Wellcome Images|A blind cavefish embryo at around five days post-fertilisation|
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|/media/55459/b0007780.jpg|1999|The retina from the eye of a three-day-old zebrafish|© Kara Cerveny/ Wellcome Images|The retina from the eye of a three-day-old zebrafish |
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