A new spin-off born at the CRG, which is devoted to offering metagenomics solutions.
The CRG participated again in the Youth Mobile Festival Barcelona, the largest showcase of science and technology for primary and secondary students in Spain.
The CRG has been recognised again as a Unit of Scientific Culture and Innovation (UCC+i) and will continue to form part of the Spanish UCC+i Network
International team of scientists led by Roderic Guigó shows that changes in gene expression in different tissues can be used to...
The PhD4MD Programme allows medical doctors to do a three-year research project devoted to cancer or to respiratory or neurodegenerative diseases.
GenStorm (“An integrated approach to visualize and model the spatial conformation of genes at the nanoscale level”), led by Marie Victoire Neguembor (CRG) and Pablo Dans (IRB Barcelona) is one of...
New study shows unexpected and crucial role of genome architecture. It represents a major advance in our understanding of gene regulation and reveals a new layer of complexity that needs to be...
Roderic Guigó, coordinator of the CRG Bioinformatics and Genomics Programme, honored with the highest recognition for research excellence in Catalonia.
Jordi Hernández, former PhD student at Juan Valcárcel’s laboratory and current CRG Entrepreneur in Residence has been awarded the CERCA Pioneer Prize.
CRG scientists discovered a mechanism regulating an important protein that is linked to Parkinson´s disease and multiple system atrophy (MSA).