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Lessons from Precision Oncology

by Mark A. Rubin1,2 1 Department for BioMedical Research, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland, 2 Weill Cornell Medical Collage, New York, USA Name and circumstances...
The Cancer Researcher

“As a cancer research community we can make a difference in patients’ lives”: President’s...

A letter from Professor Alberto Bardelli, President of the European Association for Cancer Research Dear EACR members, I took up Presidency of the European Association for...

A few ways to reduce plastic waste in the lab

by Irina Pavlenko I am a molecular biologist and work in a big regional pathology lab with more than 1500 tests performed each month. These include...
The Art of Besting Cancer

Where art meets science: ‘The Art of Besting Cancer’ exhibition

There is a quote attributed to Leonardo da Vinci: “Study the science of art. Study the art of science. Develop your senses – especially...
Samantha Terry

Life in the Lab – Life IS the Lab

by Samantha Terry I am a new-ish lecturer with a small group of just one postdoc. Together we’re studying the use of radioactivity to image and...

Feeling demotivated? Listen to our Friday Playlist

After a month of staying late in the lab, your experiment failed? Nature declined to publish your paper (again)? You were denied funding for...
Caitriona Tyndall

Engaging with the (scary) public – why we need to do it and do...

By Caitriona Tyndall Public engagement can be scary for scientists. Quick – think of all the times you have had to explain your research to someone...

From rock bottom to peak performance: the PhD journey

By Bethan Rogoyski First year You’ve made it. You can finally tell people with pride that you’re a student, a PhD student no less. The impressed reaction...
World Cancer Research Day

24 September is World Cancer Research Day

We are proud to be a partner in World Cancer Research Day, held on 24 September each year. World Cancer Research Day highlights the importance...
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Love and fear in the lab: watch the EACR25 Opening Lecture by Uri Alon

When Uri Alon got stuck during his PhD, he felt unworthy of being called a scientist because he was never taught that scientists can...

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