Science for Health
14 April 2014
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.
04 April 2014
NIMR opened its doors to school students as part of the Open Labs scheme organised by Understanding Animal Research.
03 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.
02 April 2014
NIMR has become one of the first research institutes in the UK to achieve an Athena SWAN award.
31 March 2014
More than 30 scientists from NIMR took part in the Crick Bio-revolution Lates night last month at the Science Museum. The event attracted nearly 7000 visitors.
25 March 2014
A collaboration between scientists from Imperial College and NIMR has shown that the transcription factor E4BP4 operates at the top of a hierarchy of transcription factors regulating natural killer cell development. The work is published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine.
24 March 2014
NIMR is hosting a U3A meeting on the afternoon of 3rd April. There will be two talks on the theme of Making babies: Sex, science and stem cells.
21 March 2014
Research by scientists at the NIMR and LRI has revealed how phosphorylated substrates of the R2TP molecular chaperone complex are recruited for processing by a highly specific molecular recognition mechanism. The work is published in Cell Reports.
20 March 2014
Three PhD projects are still open for applications.
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