News archive: 2012

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“The Population Laboratory” Crick seminar

“The Population Laboratory” Crick seminar
14 September 2012

Chancellor visits the Crick site

The Chancellor George Osborne has visited the Francis Crick Institute construction site at St Pancras
25 July 2012

Views of the Crick

A new film gives a virtual view of the new Francis Crick Institute
20 July 2012

Cancer Research UK receives largest ever donation

Cancer Research UK has been given a gift of £10 million from one of its supporters
18 July 2012

Senior appointments

Paul Nurse announces senior appointments as part of the Crick’s development
13 July 2012

Viewing the labs

A new film shows the development of the Crick's labs and takes a tour
10 July 2012

Symposium success

First Crick symposium a success
03 July 2012

Crick takes part in Pop Up Festival of Stories

A team of specially trained ‘science buskers’ from the Crick joined children’s writers and illustrators at this year’s Pop Up Festival of Stories in London’s King’s Cross in June.
30 June 2012

Wellcome Image Awards recognise Crick partners

The exposed living human brain, a mesmerising image of dividing cancer cells and a single phytoplankton are among the winners of this year’s Wellcome Image Awards.
21 June 2012

Clearing the way for the Olympic flame

Construction workers from the Crick site have helped prepare the route for the Olympic flame as it passes through Camden.
12 June 2012

Julian Lewis elected to Royal Society

Julian Lewis, an emeritus scientist at the London Research Institute is among 44 new Royal Society Fellows.
25 April 2012

Crick Lunchtime Lecture

Join us at the Granary Building at St Pancras on Tuesday 24 April, from 1pm-2pm for a talk about the Crick
20 April 2012

NIMR work experience student wins international accolade

A teenager from north London who took part in a placement at the National Institute for Medical Research, has won a prestigious award for the work she did while at the institute.
30 March 2012

Students question top scientists

Resurrecting mammoths and the effect of water and oxygen in creating genetic mutations were among the topics raised by an audience of more than a hundred students from schools in Camden when they questioned the Nobel Laureate Tim Hunt and his colleague Julie Cooper about science.
07 March 2012

Paul Nurse calls for a new Enlightenment in the Dimbleby lecture

Giving the Dimbleby lecture, Sir Paul called for science to be placed centre stage in our culture and economy.
29 February 2012