Researchers from the Centre for Genomic Regulation have adapted the most revolutionary genome-editing technique to DNA dark matter, too.
A new report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, with participation of CRG scientists, provides information about the evolution and molecular biology of Rhodnius prolixus...
CRG staff scientist and Ramon y Cajal fellow at the Computational Biology of RNA Processing group, Dr Rory Johnson, receives funding from the Catalan “La Marató” Foundation.
‘Saca la Lengua’ (“Stick Out Your Tongue”), the first CRG citizen science project, will be featured in the “Barcelona Citizen Science Safari” within the ECSA General Assembly.
Thirteen research institutes in life sciences in Europe, all of them partnering the EU-LIFE alliance, are to beat the current unbalanced situation regarding men and women in science.
The ELIXIR Board unanimously accepted Spain and France as full members of ELIXIR, the largest infrastructure of life science data in Europe.
The candidates selected in the first call of the advanced training programme for physicians 'PhD for Medical Doctors - PhD4MD' have just joined the initiative.
The CRG 14th Annual Symposium brings together world-leading researchers to discuss the basic principles of how a cell works, and how this affects the funcion and physiology of tissues and...
Two insect species from Latin America, the dinosaur ant and the red paper wasp, have been used to uncover the molecular mechanisms underpinning queen and worker roles in social insects.
S-Biomedic, a biotech company co-founded by Veronika Oudova and CRG Alumni Bernhard Paetzold and Marc Güell has been awarded the Healthcare and Biotech...