News

Royal Society Fellowship for Crick scientist

Adrian Hayday, a Group Leader at the Francis Crick Institute, has been elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society in recognition of his work on epithelial immune cells.
29 April 2016

Sharing Crick career stories with Camden’s primary school children

The Crick's Education and Safety teams have taken part in the Knowledge Quarter’s Primary Careers Conference to help inspire local children to broaden their career aspirations.
29 April 2016

Kathy Niakan honoured by TIME

The Crick's Dr Kathy Niakan has been named in this year's 'TIME 100', an annual list of the most influential people in the American world.
21 April 2016

Forcing proteins to interact together reveals regulatory circuits within cells.

Scientists have uncovered new ways to regulate cells’ growth by forcing proteins inside a cell to interact in new and different ways with each other.
21 April 2016

Insights into rare psoriasis gene mutations may help treat common causes of the disease

Researchers have discovered how relatively rare mutations cause psoriasis, with implications for treating patients with more common causes of the disease.
12 April 2016