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Sometimes known as Sir Paul’s Cathedral

Francis Crick Institute, London, 2022

This biomedical research centre in London, was set up as a partnership between Cancer Research UK, Imperial College London, King’s College London, the Medical Research Council, University College London and the Wellcome Trust, and is named after Francis Crick, co-discoverer of the structure of DNA.

It is also known as Sir Paul’s Cathedral, a play on the names of the Chief Executive and Director of the Francis Crick Institute, Sir Paul Nurse, and a rather famous cathedral in London.

Now over to all of you. Do come and join us in our Saturday six-word musings.

I’ll admit that many of us openly break the numeric rule and share far more words (all excellent of course!) so the key rule is to have a title of six words – and then create around that the post that you desire! Perhaps in bunches of 6 words if you’re feeling inspired.

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 12 February 2022

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

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    • I come into London at St Pancras and it is waiting for me! It is built on land that was originally part of the British Library site. I must go out into the BL terrace again soon and see what the view of Crick is like from there.


    • Glad you like it, Arnaud. I think these smaller views often show off the beauty in a more striking way than a full view. I think the work of Helene Binet really showed me that.


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