EVENTS 2011

EVENTS 2011

19/01/2011
Organised by: CRG and UPF THIS EVENT IS ONLY OPEN FOR PRBB RESIDENTS OverviewThe presentation of the CRG and UPF Core Facilities will take place in the Aula on January 19th. Come and find out: What are the latest technologies employed by core...
08/02/2011
 ARE YOU TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEART? How could you recognize a cardiovascular risk? Do cardiovascular diseases have a genetic background? Smoking, dieting, the environment… do they influence your heart's health? Top scientists working on different...
08/03/2011
Speakers Prof. Richard Morris (Centre for Cognitive and Neural Systems, University of Edinburgh) is one of the pioneers in developing cognitive tests to reveal hippocampal contribution to spatial memory. He has also significantly contributed...
07/03/2011 09/03/2011
Barcelona Symposium "Frontiers in Biology" Organised by: Hernán López-Schier, Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), Barcelona, Spain Symposium overview During embryonic development and throughout adulthood, multicellular organisms integrate the...
14/03/2011 21/03/2011
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12/01/2011 06/04/2011
OBJECTIVES  To offer teachers an overview of current biomedical science and give both theoretical and practical resources which can be used in the classroom. To encourage the curiosity and critical spirit of the participants towards scientific...
14/04/2011
THE TWO-FACED IMMUNE SYSTEM. WHEN DOES IT PROTECT US AND WHEN DOES IT ATTACK US?   What are allergies? What is immunotherapy? Shall we vaccinate us against everything? What are autoimmune diseases? How and why do they appear? We will talk about...
12/05/2011 13/05/2011
Organised by: Miguel Beato, Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), Barcelona, Spain Symposium overview This Workshop is the final event of the Consolider “Epigenetic Mechanisms in Health and Disease” project, in which 9 research groups worked together...
10/06/2011
Organizers: CRG Postdoc Committee Symposium overview The CRG Postdoc community organized this symposium aiming to reflect the work achieved by CRG Postdocs. Together with the talks of the invited speakers, this symposium will be a day for sharing...
30/09/2011
Click here to see the definitive program!   Organised by: the Genomics Unit of the CRG Core Facilities.                Symposium overview: There is an increasing body of evidence that single cell analysis is necessary to gain understanding of...
05/10/2011
EASY SCIENCE CONFERENCE SERIES: Cancer and Aging: Getting the Balance Right It is difficult to imagine that cancer and aging would have much in common. Aging is a normal biological process that happens to every living organism leading towards the...
10/11/2011 11/11/2011
Visit our microsite to see the talks of the speakers, videos, news, etc.: http://2011symposium.crg.es/   Organizers: Roderic Guigó, Cédric Notredame, Toni Gabaldón, Fyodor Kondrashov, Gian Gaetano Tartaglia    Symposium overview Advances in methods...
17/11/2011
The Symposium starts at 09.30h, check out the definitive Program.      Symposium Overview Advanced microscopy and imaging methods have made significant advances in the last years. This technology seminar is going to highlight recent developments...
23/11/2011
Easy Science Conference: "Genome complexity and medicine: illness prediction gets complicated" The study of the genome through sequencing produces an enormous quantity of data. This data is analysed by bioinformatics researchers dedicated to the...
23/11/2011
Organizers: Sergi Serrano and Joan Albanell (Hospital del Mar-IMIM), Xavier Rúbies (CRG) Symposium overview How can science cut down the distance between basic knowledge and clinical unmet needs? Which is the most effective way to bridge the gap?...
24/11/2011 25/11/2011
The V CRG PhD Students Symposium is a CRG internal symposium with the aim to provide a platform for the young scientists working at the CRG. All 2nd year students will give a short talk focusing on the main question they want to address in their PhD...
12/12/2011
Cellular reprogramming: a real tool of regenerative medicine? In recent years, there have been numerous studies of how adult cells of our body can be turn back into stem cells (i.e. those that have the potential to become any type of adult cell). A...
13/12/2011
  WHAT IS KNOWN ABOUT RARE DISEASES? Have you heard of Huntington's chorea, the fragile X syndrome or Noonan syndrome? Do you know what a rare disease is? Do you know how many types of rare diseases are there? Did you know that in Spain there are...
01/10/2011 18/04/2012
The cell art competition is open to any students between 8 and 18 years old and their teachers! There are 3 categories and 3 prizes within each category, including a prize for teachers! You don’t have to know everything about the cell, you just...