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29
Nov

Scientists reveal in a paper published in Nature that a major cause of variation between genetically identical individuals is the age of their mothers....

22
Nov

Scientists demonstrate that Leishmania adaptation results from frequent and reversible chromosomal amplifications.  This novel insight into Leishmania genomic instability should...

06
Nov

The new method, published in Nature Genetics, offers a way of mapping genes in a more accurate, faster and cheaper way. By using this method, researchers improved GENCODE, including...

27
Oct

The CRG participates in the Open Access Week, an international initiative to highlight the power of Open Access.

25
Oct

Manuel Irimia, CRG junior group leader, has been elected EMBO Young Investigator. He is one of the two researchers elected in Spain.

18
Oct

Secretary of State for R+D+i, Carmen Vela, chaired the kick off meeting of this new alliance today. The Alliance aims to promote and strengthen the centres and units awarded with the Severo Ochoa...

20
Sep

The State Research Agency has given the Severo Ochoa and Maria de Maeztu excellence awards to 13 research centres and units.

19
Sep

On 20th, 21st, and 22nd October, the CRG will hold its 16th Annual Symposium, which will bring together world-leading researchers to share and discuss about the progress in sequencing and other...

06
Sep

CRG scientists develop a new technique to crack the underlying DNA code for the ‘control dials’ that determine levels of gene activity in bacteria.

16
Ago

CRG scientists reveal that problems with DNA replication can cause epigenetic changes that may be inherited for several generations.

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