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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

Discussing cilia research with PCD patients

On 6 June 2015 Dominic Norris spoke to a support group for Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia, a genetic disorder of cilia, about a link between...

Conditional transgenesis training course

We ran our Conditional Transgenesis training on 8 June 2015, which introduced participants to the key concepts for work with mouse lines in...

IMPC embraces ethical guidelines

The ARRIVE guidelines aim to assure reproducibility and transparency in animal research. The International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium...

Steve Brown made a Fellow of Royal Society

Professor Steve Brown was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society on 30 April 2015 for his work in mouse genetics and genomics.

Oxford Brookes ‘speed networking’ event

We took part in a speed-dating style careers event at Oxford Brookes University on 20 April 2015, where we gave biological science students...

Role of Fto gene in obesity revealed

New research led by Roger Cox shows how overexpression of the Fto gene makes mice fat, which could explain why there is an association...

Understanding Animal Research Open Labs

On Monday 23 March 2015, we had a visit from science students at Didcot Girls' School, as part of the Open Labs initiative organised by...

Diamond Light Source open days

MRC Harwell was at Diamond Light Source's open days this weekend, talking about the work we do at Harwell Campus and it's impact...

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