The 17th CRG Annual Symposium focused on new state-of-the-art technologies that are reshaping research in biology. It covered recent discoveries, methods and technologies including single molecule...
CRG Scientists have uncovered the role of special chemical ‘tags’ in controlling vital genes involved in early mammalian development, publishing their results in Nature Genetics....
IMPACCT and MycoVAP projects both will receive ERC PoC grants to explore potential clinical applications of their recent results on breast cancer and pneumonia respectively.
The research confirms the theory that some genes that help us in the initial stages of life are harmful to us once the reproductive stage has ended.
Fátima Gebauer and Pia Cosma will receive funding from La Caixa Banking Foundation‘s 1st Health Research Call
CRG researchers have been awarded by the Catalan Society of Biology in the 3rd edition of their annual prizes in the categories of Young Investigator and Best Paper respectively.
The 4th edition of the international bibliometric ranking Mapping Scientific Excellence offers a took at where excellent research is being produced.
An interdisciplinary team of scientists suggests negative selection acting on cancer-essential genes plays a more important role than previously anticipated.
CRG researchers have developed a new statistical method to identify cancer predisposition genes from tumour sequencing data.
CRG and Eugin researchers identify 288 proteins that are key for the formation of the centrosome and consequently for the formation of the zygote.