International experts publish the first unified microscopy guidelines in Nature Methods
The basic building blocks for our brain cells were forming around 800 million years ago in the ancestors of tiny sea creatures
The Award recognises the work of outstanding, young, independent investigators
Like a treadmill conveyor belt, microtubules appear to move without changing their length.
How do pluripotent cells pursue their destiny? Researchers shed new light on the process.
The company, financed by Asabys Partners and AdBio, is the latest start-up launched by researchers at the CRG
TANGO2 mutations initiate fatal metabolic crises. The gene’s role in lipid metabolism and energy production explains why.
Findings shed light on how cells secrete just the right amount of the two proteins crucial for human health
Findings can lead to new strategies to accelerate or manipulate the molecular mechanisms involved to target cancer
Cells use editing tools to skip or rearrange information stored in DNA. A 10-million-euro ERC Synergy Grant will explore how to control this process with molecular precision.