A study led by researchers from the University of Toronto and involving the CRG has described a group of small DNA fragments that are key in neurone regulation and maturity
ELIXIR coordinates the storage, access and development of the software needed to understand biological data. Six Spanish institutions will participate in this European infrastructure.
An international consortium, including CRG scientists, presents for the first time the phylogenetic tree of modern birds based on data from genome sequencing.
15 million euros for hiring the best young talent in Severo Ochoa Centres of Excellence
CRG group leader Gian Gaetano Tartaglia, is part of “Catalan Network of Multiple System Atrophy: biomarkers and pathophysiology” project, coordinated by IDIBAPS researcher Dr.
An international consortium including CRG researchers led by Roderic Guigó has presented an exhaustive description of the mouse's functional genome elements and their comparison with the human...
From 14th to 23rd November, Catalonia is celebrating its 19th Science Week. We take part with several events and activities, contributing to raising the general public’s interest in science.
The CRG researcher has obtained a grant as recognition of her professional career.
On 6th and 7th November the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona will hold its 13th Annual Symposium.
The Health and Safety Office switched from scientists to kids last weekend. They collaborated with a TV program to organise a workshop entitled “What are you carrying in your backpack?”.