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Category Archives: Science
The Crick Institute released it’s latest community newsletter today. Crick Community Newsletter Autumn 2013 If you’d like a hard copy please contact Hannah Camm at the Crick.
The Crick Institute, currently being built immediately behind the British Library in Somers Town, has just circulated it’s latest newsletter for the local community. Download it in PDF format here
Fancy you and your children working with professional illustrators, artists, scientists and architects to create a beautifully designed book telling stories – in words and pictures – about science, and having the book published by The Francis Crick Institute to … Continue reading
King's Cross is home to many celebrities, one of whom is Professor Phil James. Phil did his medical training at our local hospital, UCH. He lives in King's Cross and is President of the International Association for the Study of Obesity (IASO), … Continue reading