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21
Dec

Jordi Hernández, former PhD student at Juan Valcárcel’s laboratory and current CRG Entrepreneur in Residence has been awarded the CERCA Pioneer Prize.

19
Dec

CRG scientists discovered a mechanism regulating an important protein that is linked to Parkinson´s disease and multiple system atrophy (MSA).

15
Dec

A new genetic analysis of fungal yeast infections from around the world has revealed surprising secrets about how these microbes reproduce and cause disease, according to a new study published in...

12
Dec

This change, a random error in the evolutionary process that occurred over 700 million years ago, facilitated the connection of the gene networks involved in animal embryogenesis.

29
Nov

Scientists reveal in a paper published in Nature that a major cause of variation between genetically identical individuals is the age of their mothers....

22
Nov

Scientists demonstrate that Leishmania adaptation results from frequent and reversible chromosomal amplifications.  This novel insight into Leishmania genomic instability should...

06
Nov

The new method, published in Nature Genetics, offers a way of mapping genes in a more accurate, faster and cheaper way. By using this method, researchers improved GENCODE, including...

27
Oct

The CRG participates in the Open Access Week, an international initiative to highlight the power of Open Access.

25
Oct

Manuel Irimia, CRG junior group leader, has been elected EMBO Young Investigator. He is one of the two researchers elected in Spain.

18
Oct

Secretary of State for R+D+i, Carmen Vela, chaired the kick off meeting of this new alliance today. The Alliance aims to promote and strengthen the centres and units awarded with the Severo Ochoa...

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