The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST) holds its annual conference today.
CRG alumni scientists extend Turing’s theory to help understand how biological patterns are created
The Ciutadella Park hosted last weekend the Barcelona Science Festival and the CRG participated again in this annual event.
Researchers at CNAG-CRG developed a novel computational tool named BigSCale to analyze millions of single cells simultaneously.
New study led by CNAG-CRG and CNIO researchers suggests that the alteration of one of the cohesin variants, identified in different types of cancer, may result in cell identity changes and promote...
The jury awarded Mara Dierssen for her work in the field of Down syndrome research, and her...
CosmoCaixa Barcelona hosted a gathering of scientists, doctors, patients' associations and biomedical companies to discuss the importance of integrating genomic data in medicine in Spain, and...
Mice fed on a high fat or chocolate-based diet show abnormal feeding behaviours such as snacking, bingeing and disrupted eating patterns, according to new research from CRG scientists.
CRG will participate in the Phase-Chrom project, led by CRG researcher Catalina Romero and Juan Andrés Torreno at ICFO.