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International leaders in cancer research in conversation and a new Channel 4 video on clinical trials

The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) has a rather nifty web-page at the moment with various leading lights in cancer research talking about cancer therapeutics.   They include Bob Brown, chair, translational oncology, Imperial College London.

And hear is a rather nifty video explaining drug trials done by Channel 4.  Just click on the picture below.

Sir Francis Crick Institute gains an Imperial partner

From the Imperial College London website this afternoon announcing they are joining the Francis Crick Institute partnership.

Call me an old softie but I was rather touched by the recounting of the time capsule story.

I’m only down the road in Camden, I wonder if Ovarian Cancer Action could apply to become the next partner?

If you are wondering like me if this new feature of the London science landscape will have a public engagement aspect to its work then I checked this evening that it will be one of the Institute’s objectives. It would be great if someone who is working on the project would post something here and tell us more.

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