Scientists have found a way the body detects harmful toxins and destroys them before they cause widespread damage.
01 December 2011
Research published in Cell shows that nutrients in cruciferous vegetables – such as broccoli – help to ensure a good balance of bacteria in the skin and intestine.
13 October 2011
The Francis Crick Institute has identified key factors to successful translation, technology transfer and innovation.
11 August 2011
New research has shed light on how the growth of the brain is protected over other organs during periods of starvation
05 August 2011
Scientists at NIMR have identified and characterized an antibody that targets all of the strains of a type of influenza that is dangerous to humans
28 July 2011
The Francis Crick Institute congratulates the winners of this year’s Royal Society Awards, Medals and Prize Lectures.
20 July 2011
Rita Sousa Nunes, from NIMR’s Division of Developmental Neurobiology, has been recognised with the UCL Neuroscience Early Career Prize in its first year
18 July 2011
Sir Mark Walport and Dr Steve Gamblin have been elected to the fellowship of the national academy of science.
20 May 2011
Groundbreaking research that may have important implications for liver cancer treatment has secured a prestigious award for a Cancer Research UK scientist.
20 April 2011
A survey by the American magazine The Scientist has placed UCL (University College London) and NIMR as among the best institutions in the world to be a postdoc.
01 March 2011
Striking images from laboratories at UCL and Cancer Research UK’s London Research Institute are among the winning entries in this year’s Wellcome Image Awards on show at the Wellcome Collection in London.
24 February 2011