Crick Late: Discovery
Francis Crick Institute, London, 3rd May
The Francis Crick Institute, which opened last year near King’s Cross, is a £700m temple to the biomedical sciences. And, this month, Europe’s biggest super-lab, which will host more than a thousand scientists working in such fields as cancer genetics and immunology, throws its shiny glass doors open for the evening.
The event will feature the obligatory food, drink and music but, with its theme of discovery, this is a rare chance to quiz world-leading scientists about their research projects, join workshops and…
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