2011

2011

29
Dec

A study led by the CSIC’s Institut of Marine Sciences, in collaboration with researchers from the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), finds out the epigenetic mechanism that links temperature and...

15
Dec

Researchers from the CRG have found a simple mechanism to keep mutations from causing a certain phenotypic characteristic (e.g. a disease). They also found that, even two identical twins, can...

12
Dec

A new European joint effort aims at developing new computational tools to integrate and analyse the large amounts of data arising in biology and biotechnology, with the final goal to improve...

07
Dec

Many people have ‘disease causing’ mutations in their genomes but never actually develop a disease. Researchers from the CRG have studied how non-genetic variation in gene expression may help to...

02
Dec

In the context of valorization projects of the Technology Transfer department in collaboration with the Screening Facility at the institute, Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) has signed an...

30
Nov

The ERC Advanced Grant is the most prestigious grant awarded to support scientific projects in Europe.
The researcher submitted a project for the study of RNA, using techniques of massively...

22
Nov

How can science reduce the distance between basic knowledge and unfulfilled clinical needs? What is the most effective way of going about this? The meeting “From fundamental research to medical...

10
Nov

The Barcelona Biomedical Research Park Auditorium will host a meeting of international experts in computational biology for the 10th CRG Annual Symposium.

09
Nov

The investigation reveals the role of the daily biological clock (circadian rhythms) in the regenerative capacity of skin stem cells. Disruption of this rhythm results in premature tissue aging...

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