Proposals greenlit thanks to the joint effort of nine research entities, including the Centre for Genomic Regulation.
The CRG is working with other research laboratories to set up mass testing for citizens and stop the spread of the new coronavirus outbreak.
The results will help aid reproducibility efforts in single cell sequencing, an area of intensive research.
Verena Ruprecht's lab has been awarded funding from the Human Frontier Science Program
The CRG-UPF Proteomics Unit has played a vital role in the analysis of an eight hundred thousand-year-old human fossil.
The publicly-available, free-to-use resource can be used by researchers from around the world to study how different variations of the virus grow, mutate and make proteins.
The project consortium consisted of 8 partners from 7 European countries, working hand-in-hand to develop synthetic vaccines
New research shows the molecular machinery that enables the shape, growth and movement of neurons. It is the first time scientists have revealed how the brain shuttles genetic code within its...
CNAG-CRG scientists publish alongside a consortium of 1,300 scientists describing the most comprehensive map of cancer genomes from 38 types of tumours to date.
Weghorn Lab describes 460 cancer driver genes, uncovering tumor-gene associations that had not been previously identified.