Outwitting Cancer - Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma
The Francis Crick Institute is to open the UK’s first exhibition exploring the trail-blazing research that is turning the tide on cancer.
Outwitting Cancer - Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma will be an immersive exhibition exploring the latest cancer research taking place at the Crick - Europe’s largest biomedical research institute under one roof.
Opening on Saturday 25th September 2021 until July 2022, Outwitting Cancer is also the first exhibition on cancer to take place within the setting of a working science laboratory, which is home to leading cancer scientists from across the world.
Eight specially commissioned films capture conversations between cancer researchers, patients and those with unique personal perspectives on cancer, meeting for the first time to explore some of the big questions driving research. The series of short films form the backbone of the exhibition.
Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma - is a free exhibition running from Saturday 25th September 2021 until July 2022 at The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT.
The gallery will be open Wednesdays 10am – 8pm and Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 10am – 4pm. The exhibition will follow all government guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19.
Alongside the exhibition there will be a lively programme of events and talks, as well as an in-depth digital expe
The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London NW1 1AT
Sun 23 Jan to Wed 23 March