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An explanation for core stability in the murine leukemia virus

31 October 2014

Scientists at NIMR have uncovered how protein binding helps the mature core of the murine leukemia virus achieve stability. The research has been published in PLOS Pathogens

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A comprehensive method for identifying embryo abnormalities

22 October 2014

Scientists at NIMR have devised a novel and sensitive method to identify developmental abnormalities in embryos through 3D imaging analysis. This research is published in Disease Models and Mechanisms.

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Clinical success for research programme which started at NIMR

21 October 2014

Neurosurgeons in Poland have made a breakthrough in treating spinal cord injury, applying research originally developed by Geoffrey Raisman when he was at NIMR.

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Jim Smith is one of the 1000 most influential Londoners

17 October 2014

NIMR Director and MRC Deputy Chief Executive, Jim Smith, has been named by the Evening Standard as one of the 1000 most influential Londoners of 2014.

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James Turner awarded the Wain Medal 2014

16 October 2014

James Turner gave the Wain Medal Lecture 2014, at the University of Kent on 15 October.

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A protective mechanism governed by Schnurri

09 October 2014

NIMR scientists have uncovered how Schnurri mediates migratory behavior without triggering apoptosis in Drosophila embryos. The research is published in Developmental Cell.

Wiebke Nahrendorf wins second place in Max Perutz Writing Award

06 October 2014

Wiebke Nahrendorf was the runner-up in the Max Perutz Science Writing Award 2014, for her essay on malaria.

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NIMR research highlighted in MRC outputs and impact report

29 September 2014

The outputs of two NIMR research projects were highlighted in the Medical Research Council’s latest report: Outputs, outcomes and impact of MRC research: 2013/14.

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Paola Di Meglio wins 2014 Celgene Award

26 September 2014

Paola Di Meglio has won the 2014 Celgene Award for Innovation in Inflammation and Immunology Research into Dermatological Disease.

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Coordinating growth and patterning in the spinal cord

26 September 2014

NIMR scientists have uncovered how the production of different types of neural cells and the growth of the embryonic spinal cord are coordinated during embryonic development. The research is published in Science.

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