Weren't able to make it to one of our events? Catch-up with the recordings and news stories below.

Edited recordings of our Crick Chat events are now available to listen to as podcasts. Crick Chats are relaxed and informal discussion events that explore how basic research being undertaken by Crick researchers is driving forwards the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. Read more about them.

Previous Crick Chats:

Crick Chat podcasts


Crick Chat on HIV - 6 Dec 2017

Listen to Kate Bishop, who runs a lab at the Francis Crick Institute, and Anton Pozniak, Clinical Service Director, HIV at Chelsea and Westminister Hospital, as they dicuss the challenges of researching HIV, and what's being done to fight it. 


Crick Chat on cancer: the big picture - 20 Oct 2017

Listen to Francesca Ciccarelli, who runs a lab at the Francis Crick Institute, and James Spicer, a clinician from King's College London, discuss how their approaches to studying the whole genome, or 'the big picture', are leading to new insights into cancer. 


Crick Chat on electron microscopy: seeing the invisible - 23 Nov 2016

Listen to Lucy Collinson, Head of the Crick's Electron Microscopy Science Technology Platform and Gipi Schiavo, Professor of Cellular Neuroscience at the UCL Institute of Neurology, discuss why the electron microscopy images they've made together are not only beautiful, but also extremely useful in understanding human disease.



Crick Chat on antibiotic resistance - 23 June 2016

Listen to Luiz Pedro Carvalho, a Group Leader from the Crick, and  Emily Wise, a doctor currently based at University College London Hospital, explain what is being done in the lab and the clinic to fight the growing problem of antibiotic resistance.


Crick Chat on Down syndrome: unravelling the link with Alzheimer's disease - 24 Nov 2015

This Crick Chat, which took place in a pub in King's Cross, was filmed. Watch Victor Tybulewicz from the Crick and Elizabeth Fisher and Andre Strydom from University College London discuss how their collaborative research is shedding light on the link between Down syndrome and Alzheimer's disease.

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