Find a laboratory at the Crick.
Our nine-week summer student programme provides bright, ambitious undergraduates with hands-on experience of what it's like to work in a research lab.
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.
Journal Article: AutophagyYear Published: (2019) Volume Number: 15, Article Number: 1829-1833
We're looking for researchers working in all areas of science to set up their first research group at the Crick.
Postdocs at the Crick work in a stimulating, collaborative international scientific environment.
We offer non-invasive imaging of live animals on a wide range of specialist equipment.
Sara is studying the role of the bone marrow microenvironment in leukaemia.
Emily is studying the role of amino acid metabolism in cancer.
Matt is an oncologist, working on computational analysis of bone tumour genomics.
Lesley works in obstetrics and gynaecology and is studying potential gynaecological cancer treatments.
Hundreds of Crick scientists came together for our second annual Autumn Science Meeting, with nearly 50 of our researchers presenting their work across two days.
Opportunities for postdoctoral clinicians to consolidate their research experience.