The CRG held its first ever PhD Graduation Ceremony, to mark the achievements of the Class of 2016.
Genomic analysis of the Iberian lynx confirms that it is one of the species with the least genetic diversity among individuals. The research opens new pathways of research and...
The Fas protein can either inhibit or promote the controlled cell death (apoptosis), depending on the isoform in which it occurs.
Research led by CRG scientists shows that the response of latent HIV to reactivation therapies partly depends on the integration site in the human genome.
Scientists, including CRG researchers, release a collection of 25 publications in Cell, Cell Press-associated and other high-impact journals.
A research effort led by Eulàlia Martí at the Centre for Genomic Regulation reveals new molecular mechanisms of Huntington’s disease.
The network is made up of 24 laboratories from 11 research centers in Spain, including the Comparative Genomics group at the CRG, and...
The 2015 Catalan Telethon raised more than 8 million euros that will fund 34 research projects focused on diabetes and obesity.
The exhibition "Tree of Life. The complexity of life: from the cell to the living organism" brings together images from the scientific work of the CRG researchers.
The use and limits of language in cooking, the map of flavours in the brain, satiation, and metabolism were some of the points that generated the most debate....