Find a laboratory at the Crick.
Sandwich students join one of the Crick's research groups or science technology platforms for 12 months to work on a research project.
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.
Exhibition entry: Free exhibition
Find out more about the key questions driving our research.
Journal Article: Molecular CellYear Published: (2013) Volume Number: 52, Article Number: 234-247
Journal Article: Scientific ReportsYear Published: (2011) Volume Number: 1, Article Number: 50
Journal Article: Cancer CellYear Published: (2019) Volume Number: 35, Article Number: 441-456.e8
Journal Article: NatureYear Published: (2019) Volume Number: 567, Article Number: 479-485
Journal Article: Developmental CellYear Published: (2017) Volume Number: 40, Article Number: 289-301
Journal Article: Life Science AllianceYear Published: (2018) Volume Number: 1, Article Number: e201800060
Journal Article: British Journal of CancerYear Published: (2017) Volume Number: 116, Article Number: 277-286
Journal Article: Nucleic Acids ResearchYear Published: (2014) Volume Number: 42, Article Number: 3833-3845
Young filmmakers spent a whole day with Group Leader Nate Goehring and members of his laboratory, engaging in lively discussions and activities as they explored asymmetry and cell division.
This is a summer student position supervised by Rebecca Newman in Pavel Tolar's lab.