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Mayor of London visits the Crick

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, was taken on a tour of the Crick today by Paul Nurse, to discuss the opportunities for life sciences and see first-hand how the knowledge and innovation of the Crick and other nearby academic and scientific organisations, will continue to thrive following the European referendum result.
28 July 2016

Dr Nicholas McGranahan awarded Cancer Research UK’s Pontecorvo prize

The Pontecorvo prize is awarded to CRUK-funded students “who have produced outstanding PhD theses and made the greatest contribution to scientific knowledge in their field”.
26 July 2016

Crick Chat on antibiotic resistance

Our latest Crick Chat took place on 23 June 2016 at the Star of Kings pub as part of the MRC Festival of Medical Research.
25 July 2016

New antibody offers treatment hope for flu and may even lead to design of universal vaccine

A new antibody has promise as a potential treatment for influenza A – the source of seasonal and pandemic flu outbreaks – new research suggests.
21 July 2016

Paul Nurse elected Honorary Fellow of the British Academy

Paul Nurse has been elected an Honorary Fellow of the British Academy, the UK's national body for the humanities and social sciences.
18 July 2016