24/04/2015
On April 14, the CNAG organised the workshop Introduction to Genome Analysis to help collaborators get a better understanding and improve interpretation of genome data. It was the first of the workshops that the CNAG will offer to current and prospective collaborators.
The unprecedented...
10/04/2015
The first project to sequence the entire genome of the mountain gorilla has given scientists and conservationists a new insight into the impact of the decline in the population of these endangered apes that inhabit central Africa. Mountain gorillas are extensively inbred and the research published...
23/03/2015
The Population Genomics team focuses on in-depth genomic analyses and development of bioinformatics tools to answer questions in population genetics and the application of these techniques in...
27/02/2015
Coinciding with the Rare Disease Day 2015 on February 28, the Parc Científic de Barcelona (PCB) hosts the exhibition Menos Raras at the central corridor of the _Torres_ building. The exhibition has been organized by the Associació...
20/01/2015
A severe depression forces a neurologist to end his career; his life is turned upside down. He decides to investigate the causes...   This is the starting point of the documentary Das Dunkle Gen (The Dark Gene) directed by Miriam Jakobs and Gerhard Schick that will premiere this week at the...
19/01/2015
In December 2014 the CNAG obtained the SGS Certification ISO 9001:2008 for the management and performance of high throughput sequencing...

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