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Celebrating 5 years of the Crick with reflections from 5 alumni

Cats in hell, making friends, and transferable skills. We look back on the history of the Crick with 5 alumni.
3 Oct 2022
Written by Katherine Denyer
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Michael Giesow (left) looking at the first Annexin sequences from the NIMR protein sequencer
Michael Giesow (left) looking at the first Annexin sequences from the NIMR protein sequencer

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