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Click at the Crick

October 18th, 2016

Episode 112 of 152 episodes

Click visits the recently opened Francis Crick Institute in London. It’s a biomedical research centre with gene sequencing machines and computer systems that crunch petabytes of data. As part of a special series of programmes from the Institute, Gareth Mitchell and Bill Thompson explore the hope that the data collected and analysed will lead to personalised medicines. They talk to researchers including the Institute’s Greg Elgar about the developments in reading the human genome. Producers: Colin Grant and Julian Siddle. (Photo caption: A general view inside the new Francis Crick Institute at King's Cross on August 25, 2016. Dan Kitwood / Getty Images)

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