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21
Oct

A PhD student at the Comparative Bioinformatics lab has been recently awarded the Big Data Talent Award 2016 in the category of best doctoral thesis.

13
Oct

The first animals evolved from their single-celled ancestors around 800 my ago, but new evidence suggests that this leap to multi-celled organisms in the tree of life may not have been quite as...

07
Oct

On 6th and 7th October, the Centre for Genomic Regulation organizes the 15th CRG Annual Symposium. Its focus is on evolution and medicine, two disciplines that interact more than commonly assumed...

20
Sep

A single injection of a new treatment has reduced the activity of the gene responsible for Huntington’s disease for several months in a trial in mice.

14
Sep

From 16th to 20th September, Barcelona hosts the 17th International Conference on Systems Biology, which will...

07
Sep

International epigenetics project, whith participation of CRG researchers, delivers beyond expectation.

09
Aug

A molecular switch that flips between different versions of genes could be crucial for maintaining stem cells across all animals from simple flatworms to humans.

03
Aug

The SMTB school will bring together 80 secondary school students worldwide, who from 2 to 18 of August will work on real scientific projects together with outstanding scientists.

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