21/09/2016
The Origins - It remains debated how Australia was initially populated and how changes in language and culture in the continent happened. Australia contains some of the oldest archaeological evidence of modern humans outside Africa dating back to about 50,000 years, which has been interpreted by...
09/09/2016
The 2017 Human Genome Meeting (HGM2017) will be held in Barcelona from 5th to 7th February 2017. This is the key annual conference of the Human Genome Organization (HUGO) the international organization of scientists involved in human genetics.   Ivo Gut chairs the Local Organizing Committee which...
08/09/2016
The 17 projects, including a total of 900 samples, will get free-of-charge Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) and bioinformatics analysis. PIs will soon receive further instructions.   List of awarded projects:   Exome sequencing of a cohort of Rett syndrome-like patients
- Judith Silvia...
07/09/2016
Researchers from the EU-funded BLUEPRINT project join their international colleagues at the 2016 International Human Epigenome Consortium (IHEC) conference in Brussels to report the latest results in understanding blood cell development and blood disease.   BLUEPRINT received €30 million from the...
12/07/2016
The CNAG participates in the seventh edition of the Campus Program Científicos de Verano (Summer Scientists) that is taking place throughout the month of July. During this month groups of 30 students will visit the centre and learn what we do at the CNAG. Our lab and bioinformatics staff will show...
28/06/2016
The olive was one of the first trees to be domesticated in the history of mankind, probably some 6,000 years ago. A Mediterranean emblem par excellence, it is of vital importance to the Spanish and other regional economies (Italy, Greece and Portugal). In fact, Spain is the leading producer of...

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