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  • Tools of the trade - objects that tell a story

    The Francis Crick Institute has been awarded a grant to help conserve a collection of scientific objects, most of them collected at NIMR.

    27 February 2015

  • Moving towards a multi-stage malaria vaccine

    Researchers at NIMR have shown that immunity to malaria is not necessarily specific for a particular life-cycle stage. The research is published in eLife.

    26 February 2015

  • Cutting off Wnt’s fatty tail

    Research by scientists from NIMR, Oxford and CRUK has identified a mechanism that controls Wnt signaling. The work is published in Nature.

    25 February 2015

  • Patrick Piggot (1941-2014)

    Patrick J. Piggot died on 25th August 2014, aged 73. He was a former Programme Leader in NIMR's Division of Microbiology (1974-1985).

    24 February 2015

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