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21
Nov

An international team of scientists, co-led by CRG researcher Manuel Irimia, reports how more complex and specialised gene regulation proved to be pivotal in the origin of the vertebrates.

19
Nov

The representatives of the main Spanish political parties agree on the short-term implementation of certain measures to cut through red tape and to improve the science and innovation system.

13
Nov

CRG is part of the consortium of PHINDaccess project, a new EU-funded project launched on 5-7 November in Tunis

08
Nov

A study in mice done at IRB Barcelona and CNAG-CRG explains that dermal fibroblasts lose their cell identify over time and with it their capacity to produce and secrete collagen and other proteins...

08
Nov

ChromDesign is a new EU training network recruiting now 13 PhD candidates to investigate how the genome organizes in 3D over time and its relationship to gene regulation in health and disease.

30
Oct

In a perspective paper published in Nature Genetics, top researchers call for unified standards and suggest guidelines in this emerging and promising research area.

25
Oct

Two CRG laboratories have developed a new high-throughput screening method to detect direct biomolecule interactions. Such screening techniques are required to reveal how cellular building blocks...

23
Oct

The BCLL@las project has received an ERC Synergy Grant to unravel the genomics and epigenomics of chronic lymphocytic leukemia at unprecedented resolution using...

19
Oct

Roderic Guigó, coordinator of the CRG Bioinformatics and Genomics Programme, has been given the National Research Award.

01
Oct

CRG researchers have identified the mechanism by which an important enzyme involved in the differentiation of stem cells is brought to the DNA. Their results describe for the first time a new way...

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