Jernej Ule elected member of EMBO

Jernej Ule, a Group Leader at the Crick seconded from UCL (University College London), has been elected to the EMBO membership.
24 May 2016

White paper on guidelines on stem cell therapy for gut disorders

Could stem cells repair or replace the damaged or missing neurons? Over the last two decades, numerous international groups have been involved in studies to find out if it could be possible to develop stem cell therapy.
20 May 2016

Crick Chat on tissue engineering: a multidisciplinary approach

Our latest Crick Chat on tissue engineering was held at Central Saint Martins on 26 April
19 May 2016

Specialised properties of ‘germinal centre B cells’help production of antibodies

The discovery of specialised mechanical and signalling properties of a certain type of B cells helps them to produce highly potent antibodies during immune responses.
16 May 2016

The secret double life of MSL

In collaboration with scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics in Freiburg, the Crick’s Nicholas Luscombe was part of a team that revealed how MSL1, a central component of dosage compensation in flies, interacts with the enzyme CDK7 broader role in the chromosome-wide gene regulation.
16 May 2016