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Opportunities for postdoctoral clinicians to consolidate their research experience.
We collaborate with local residents, community organisations and partners
Let us introduce you to the fly breeders, laser guiders, cell growers, tech fixers and even bottle washers that make the science happen. Visit our free exhibition for an eye-opening glimpse of the people behind the science.
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Find out more about the key questions driving our research.
Crick scientists have found that chemicals found in vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower can prevent colon cancer.
The Francis Crick Institute is a unique partnership between between six of the world's leading biomedical research organisations
We are proud of all the work that we do at the Crick, and animals play a key role in many of our research projects.
We’re interested in building multidisciplinary teams and collaborating to progress translational projects and research
Journal Article: Nature Reviews CancerYear Published: (2011) Volume Number: 11, Article Number: 749-754
Cancer touches the lives of almost everyone. A key goal of the Francis Crick Institute is to understand why cancer develops and to find new ways to treat, diagnose and prevent it.
Journal Article: Cancer ResearchYear Published: (2012) Volume Number: 72, Article Number: 4060-4073