The study identifies the gene that causes Opitz C syndrome in the only patient diagnosed with this ultra-rare disorder in Catalonia, which affects only sixty people in the world.
CRG scientists have developed a powerful tool for quick and easy deletion of DNA in living cells.
CRG Researchers developed Global Score, a method that allows, for the first time, to predict protein interactions with long non-coding RNAs.
Research centres of excellence in Barcelona offer PhD fellowships to medical doctors.
In the largest ever genetic study of developmental disorders, 14 previously undiagnosed disorders have been newly discovered.
The project - which has just received 700,000 euros in the Spanish 2016 Retos-Colaboracion call- is led by biotech Iproteos with the participation of the Biomedical Research Institute of Barcelona...
MicrobioMx, a project led by CRG researchers Toni Gabaldon and Pedro González, wins the Science to Business (S2B) Concept Challenge 2016.
The next Horizon: Strategies to promote European competitiveness in innovation.
Toni Gabaldón has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for his project “Reticulate evolution: patterns and impacts of non-Vertical inheritance in eukaryotic genomes”