The EMBO Gold Medal, endowed with 10,000 Euro, is awarded annually to young scientists for outstanding contributions to the life sciences in Europe.
It will bring together 80 secondary school students worldwide, who for three weeks will work on real scientific projects together with outstanding scientists.
By studying more than 50,000 variants of a jellyfish gene, researchers have drawn a detailed picture of how changes in that gene affect its function.
Researchers at the CRG are shedding new light on the cell division process, a key process in embryonic development and the growth and proliferation of tumors.
Sebastian Maurer, junior group leader of the Cytoskeleton Dependent RNA Distribution Mechanisms laboratory, has been awarded the...
The CRG Business Board, an advisory body whose mission is to provide guidance in business development, investment, entrepreneurial and innovation strategic activities, has been reshuffled.
Scientists at the CRG and IDIBAPS have made a first-ever identification of the alterations in the neuronal circuit that impact cerebral cortex physiology, and that could be the cause of cognitive...
Barcelona hosts the Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Conference for second consecutive time. The event, which will be focused on genome annotation, brings together leading scientists in...
I was travelling around the world during the last semester of 2007. On my way back to Barcelona, I saw the HR officer advert. I had heard really good things about the place and its project.