Chromatography machines enable our structural biology researchers to discover some of life's most fundamental processes and help the ICR develop new treatments to defeat cancer.
Our chromatography machines, used by our structural biology researchers, have been used day in and day out for over ten years. They need replacing so that we can stay at the forefront of research in this field.
Watch how #teamICR ran the London Marathon 2017 to support the ICR's research, cheered on by staff and supporters.
Dr Andrea Sottoriva explains the mathematics of cancer evolution at a 2017 Discovery Club event
Learn how the ICR will be part a consortium that will research new tools to map tumours, courtesy of a Cancer Research UK Grand Challenge award.
Watch the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan visiting the ICR and The Royal Marsden to officially open the MR Linac radiotherapy machine
The ICR's Jack Walker went the extra mile to support our world-leading cancer research... by having his head shaved for charity!
We explore how the groundbreaking new MR Linac radiotherapy machine at the ICR and The Royal Marsden can transform treatment for cancer patients.
Professor Stan Kaye of the ICR and The Royal Marsden reflects on his Lifetime Achievement in Cancer Research award from Cancer Research UK