Crick scientists are taking to Instagram Stories to share behind-the-scenes insights into daily life as a research scientist, how they got to where they are today, and the big research questions that get them out of bed in the morning.
Bring your curiosity, submit a question and tune in over on our Instagram account where we post the questions and responses!
Catch up on ones you've missed
Theo Evan answers your questions about what its like to be a doctor and a scientist, and his work on pancreatic cancerWatch on Instagram
Lucinda Tullie talks about her research growing mini guts and being a doctor in the vaccine centre.Watch on Instagram
Alessandro Ciccarelli tells us about his work using microscopes to help other Crick scientists with their research.Watch on Instagram
Final year PhD student Jack Major tells us about his research on how the lungs repair after viral infections, and his hopes for future COVID-19 vaccines.Watch on Instagram
We heard from lab scientist Tony Fearns about his research on how tuberculosis infects our cells, and how he's training Crick volunteers to test coronavirus samples.Watch on Instagram
Hear from PhD student Laabiah Wasim about her work on cancer using the gene-editing tool CRISPR and her return to the lab.Watch on Instagram
We met viral immunologist and Crick Pride coordinator Kevin Ng to talk about Pride during lockdown his new work on coronavirus.Watch on Instagram
For the International Day of Immunology, we chatted to postdoc Duncan McKenzie about his work on the immune system.Watch on Instagram
Master's student Lizzie Horton from our World Influenza Centre answered your questions about vaccines, flu and how viruses spread.Watch on Instagram
Vicki Shone shows us some amazing photos she's taken through a microscope, including as a quiz, and tells us about her work helping other scientists to study tumours.Watch on Instagram
Hear postdoc Ashley Libby talk about her work on spinal cord development and using chickens in her research.Watch on Instagram