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Painting Created Using a Pipette Marks Pioneering Cancer Research

Video   Feb 11, 2021 | Taken from ICR, YouTube

 

The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) has worked with renowned street artist James Cochran to create a unique work of art using a laboratory pipette. The painting symbolizes the challenge we face to overcome cancer’s ability to evolve resistance to drugs, and the creativity needed by our scientists to discover new treatments.

Entitled Cell Defence, the painting highlights the complexity of the research that will take place in the institute's new Centre for Drug Discovery when it is finished.

 
 
 
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