Science for Health
Robin Holliday died on 9 April 2014. He worked at NIMR for 23 years (1965-1988) and was head of the Division of Genetics from 1970.
14 April 2014
NIMR opened its doors to school students as part of the Open Labs scheme organised by Understanding Animal Research.
04 April 2014
The DMDD (Deciphering the Mechanisms of Developmental Disorders) programme started in 2013, funded by the Wellcome Trust.
03 April 2014
Maria Leptin, Director, European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO), will give a Mill Hill Lecture on Wednesday 21 May 2014 at 4.15pm. The title of the lecture is Cell shape and morphogenesis: sub-cellular and supra-cellular mechanisms. This is the Beddington Lecture.
03 April 2014
NIMR is one of the world's leading medical research institutes, dedicated to studying important questions about the life processes that are relevant to all aspects of health.
The 2013 Mill Hill Essays are now available. They are a short volume of essays published annually to promote the public understanding of science, and are designed to be accessible to anyone with an interest in science and the natural world.
A number of PhD projects are now open for applications. The main application round for MRC-funded Studentships for 2014/2015 has, however, passed. Projects and studentships for 2015/2016 will be advertised in October 2014.
A new future and a new building in the heart of London for NIMR as part of a consortium to bring together the best scientists, doctors and researchers to tackle diseases that affect people around the world.
To celebrate the MRC centenary, 100 NIMR scientists will take part in science events with children from 100 schools.
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