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1. Network: Autumn 2018 (pdf, 9.05MB)

In this issue:

Delving into the archives to reveal the history of blood donation; highlights from this year’s MRC Festival and top tips for doing public engagement; Dr Oluwafemi Akande on bringing building design and public health together;  the AllTrials campaign to make all clinical research publicly available; and Professor John Gallacher on why secure data sharing is crucial for dementias research.

2. Network: Summer 2018 (pdf, 3.43MB)

Comment from our new Executive Chair Professor Fiona Watt; how MRC researchers are outfoxing the flu with year-round research efforts; why we’re investing in personalised medicine and technology to solve health challenges; and an opinion piece from 18-year-old Eilean MacDonald on childhood arthritis and how research can give patients a voice.

3. Network: Spring 2018 (pdf, 5.96MB)

Professor Bart De Strooper asks why there are no treatments yet for Alzheimer’s disease and explores what the future may hold; we announce Health Data Research UK sites; gain an insight into the working life of the 2017 Millennium Medal winner Professor Janet Darbyshire and read highlights of the award ceremony.

4. Network: Winter 2017/18 (pdf, 13.39MB)

Can big data mend a broken heart? Read our Max Perutz Science Writing Award winning article; an insight into the working life of the head of global health R&D Dr Pauline Williams; we celebrate 70 years of global health research in The Gambia; and hear from Cecily Berryman on sharing rare data for a common cause.

5. Network magazine

Network was our quarterly magazine with news from across the MRC, policy updates, opinion pieces and the latest findings by MRC-funded scientists. 

7. Network: Summer 2017 (pdf, 4.44MB)

Dementia research institute established; Old drugs, new dementia treatments?; Bats reveal virus history; Drug halts hot flushes; Secrets of our first seven days – using gene editing to improve IVF success; Working life of a surgeon and researcher; Charles Fletcher, the first TV doctor; 70 years under the lens of medical research; Opinion: why patient involvement in research matters.

9. Network: Winter 2016/17

In this issue: The Queen opens new Francis Crick Institute; read Liza Selley’s 2016 Max Perutz Science Writing Award-winning article; Clinical Research Fellow Dr Alessia David shares the journey of her working life and three-year career break; we ask ‘how do you solve a problem like reproducibility?’; and hear why we need to tackle health inequalities in our opinion piece.

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