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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.
A lecture given by Rory M. Power, part of the Advanced image and analysis forum.
Wikipedia edit-a-thon for BAME in STEM
Rob Campbell | Part of the Advanced Imaging and Analysis Forum.
Organised by King's College London's Stem Cell Hotel with the Nikon Imaging Centre and the Crick's Advanced Light Microscopy and High Throughput Screening facilities.
The Chromosome Biology Interest Group studies how chromosome integrity and behaviour are regulated in healthy and pathological states, providing an informed rationale for disease diagnosis, prevention and treatment.
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.
Cell biology in its broadest sense aims to understand how a cell, the basic unit of life, converts information stored within its genome into form and function in both space and time.
The Crick's three university partners bring specialist knowledge, skills and resources to help us carry out ground-breaking research.
Kurt Anderson | Introductory seminars on light microscopy techniques