Science for Health
Paul Bieniasz, from Rockefeller University, will give a Mill Hill Lecture on Wednesday 11 February 2015 at 4.00pm. The title of the lecture is The cell's defenses against retroviruses. This is the Honess lecture.
30 January 2015
Jean Lindenmann, co-discoverer of interferon at NIMR in 1957, died on 15 January in Zurich.
26 January 2015
Two NIMR programme leaders have been successful in the latest round of Wellcome Investigator awards.
26 January 2015
Research by scientists from NIMR has helped to show how the control of gene expression by chromatin structure is regulated during embryogenesis. The work is published in Molecular Cell.
22 January 2015
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 2013/2014 NIMR Annual Report and Prospectus is now available online. Download a PDF or request a printed copy.
The application round for Crick PhD Studentships for 2015/16 has now passed. Projects and studentships for 2016/17 will be advertised in October 2015 on The Francis Crick Institute website
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.
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.
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