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PhD student wins £500 for public engagement

After weeks answering a barrage of questions from curious school pupils, Sara Falcone has won her category of the national competition I’m a...

New movement disorder gene identified

Loss of a new gene has been found to cause progressive neurodegeneration in mice, specifically in the spinal cord and peripheral nervous...

New introductory training course a hit

We ran a new 2 day training course for the first time last week, ideally suited to new PhD students, ‘Introduction to Mouse Genetics &...

Taking our science into schools

As a Brilliant Club tutor, PhD student Abi Harris taught sixth form students at local state schools about her own research, giving them the...

A taste of our apprenticeships

As part of Science Oxford’s ‘STEM World of Work Programme’, on the 24 August 2015 we hosted a student interested doing an apprenticeship for...

Discussing diabetes at Diamond open day

On 26 August 2015, we joined up with Diamond Light Source to discuss our research into hearing loss and type 2 diabetes. Our activity ‘Just a...

MRC Harwell ‘trailblazer’ for apprenticeships

We have been chosen to design the blueprint for two new biotechnology apprenticeships, as part of a Government initiative to provide 3...

Phenoview: a new tool to compare IMPC data

The IMPC has developed a new, innovative way to display data so that you can compare knockout mouse lines for different genes that share the...

EUMODIC: paving the way for the IMPC

The European Mouse Disease Clinic was the first mouse genetics project of its kind, and set the stage for an international effort to...

Science Up Close at Harwell Campus

MRC Harwell joined forces with our Harwell Campus neighbours for two outreach events during the Science Up Close week in July 2015

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