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28
Jul

The new technique images genomes more cheaply, more quickly and increases range of visibility compared to currently available methods

22
Jul

A joint UPF and CNAG-CRG project on how brain organoids react to drugs has been awarded 46,500 euros

20
Jul

The CRG will be one of the associated centres in the new call for Postdoctoral Fellowships Science by Woman

15
Jul

The next EU research programme, Horizon Europe, has been given a €5 billion cut as a compromise during budget negotiations

08
Jul

The findings lay to rest theories that past human germline studies estimating selection would have to be reassessed.

08
Jul

This film raises awareness about a spectrum of challenges that women in scientific research face just because of their gender and which cannot be tolerated.

17
Jun

A long-term boost in investment, particularly to the ERC, is the only way forward from the current crisis.

12
Jun

The lockdown has pushed to the limit to the people in charge of children and disabled relatives, and women get the short end of the stick.  (Photo: Adobe Stock)

08
Jun

The findings shed new light on the fundamental relationship between how a genome folds and the function of a cell

02
Jun

The new methods are a useful tool for other researchers to quickly evaluate a microorganism’s active metabolism, boosting chances of finding new applications

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