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Controlling the cell cycle: A new model

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Sir Paul Nurse is the 2001 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine for his joint discovery of the cyclin-CDK system, revolutionizing our understanding of the control of cell cycle progression. He was formerly the President of the Royal Society and is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Francis Crick Institute. Sir Paul Nurse investigates the cell cycle through its regulatory networks – that which control the orderly progression of events through the cell cycle that ultimately lead to controlled mitosis and division. Come along on the 24th of Oct, to listen to Sir Paul Nurse give a new and updated model of the cell cycle!

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