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A new partnership between the Francis Crick Institute and the British Heart Foundation (BHF) aims to improve understanding of cardiovascular health an… More...

Along with 32 other organisations we have co-signed an open letter to the Chancellor about the importance of investing in research and innovation in t… More...

Exceptional and motivated undergraduate students at UK universities are invited to apply to the Crick Sandwich Student Programme starting in July 2022… More...

The Crick is proud to open the UK's first exhibition exploring the trail-blazing research that is turning the tide on cancer. More...

Carola has moved from the Australian National University, where she was Co-Director of the Centre for Personalised Immunology, to set up her laborator… More...

Twelve virtual poets in residence have written poems that reflect on the impact of the vaccination program, and the shifts and changes we've all gone … More...

Public Health England (PHE) are launching a new study to understand vaccine escape and probe the factors influencing COVID-19 immunity. More...

After delivering more than 80,000 COVID-19 vaccines, the vaccination centre at the Francis Crick Institute closed its doors on the 13th August. More...

COVID-19 has had a lasting impact on many aspects of research at the Crick. Jan-Bas Prins, Director of the BRF, explains why 2020 was a tough year fo… More...

Researchers at the Crick are helping to run the largest clinical study of Long COVID to date, where thousands of patients will trial existing drugs to… More...

At the Crick, complex medical problems and scientific questions are tackled by people from different disciplines and sectors so that knowledge can be … More...

The Crick has received a significant £1.2 million gift from Dangoor Education for its work in engaging people with biomedical science at the institute… More...

Charlie Swanton, head of the Cancer Evolution and Genome Instability Laboratory at the Crick and UCL explains how new technology evolved from an idea … More...

On Monday 21 June the Crick hosted our first alumni scientific conference, the CrickConnect Science Symposium. More...

Our speakers Gideon Coster and Sarah Caswell catch us up on what they've been doing since leaving the Crick, ahead of their presentations as part of n… More...

Crick group leaders Ilaria Malanchi and Markus Ralser, as well as satellite group leader Corinne Houart, have been elected as new members of the Europ… More...

If you weren't able to join us on the day, you can catch up on this panel discussion at the Crick from Tuesday 18 May. More...

Congratulations to Erik Sahai and James Turner, who have been elected as fellows of the prestigious Academy of Medical Sciences for their contribution… More...

The Crick and KCL are joining with the Indian Institute of Science to explore how the body's initial immune defence and risk of cardiovascular disease… More...

Four group leaders at the Francis Crick Institute have been awarded European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grants, each worth between €1.7m and €2.5… More...

Researchers at the Crick and GSK will extend their ongoing collaboration to advance the discovery of new drug targets in a £11.5million effort. More...

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