7th June 2021.- Biodiversity is shrinking every day as a consequence of human activity. Increasing our knowledge about the species living on Earth will allow to promote sustainable development as well as to protect biodiversity.    The Earth BioGenome Project, a network of the major national and...
On Thursday 26th November 2019, from 15h (CET) to 16h (CET) the Data Analysis team of the CNAG-CRG will give a Webinar to introduce GPAP-Phenostore, highlighting its features and tools.   If you would like to attend please register...
Thursday 11 April 2019 Antoni Caparrós Auditorium (Barcelona Science Park)   Life happens in a spatio-temporal environment, the genome cannot escape it. Therefore, to further characterize the many functions of genomes, there is a need for determine its three-dimensional structure in time. Since the...
The ability to discern spatial gene expression differences in complex biological systems is critical to our understanding of developmental biology and the progression of disease. However, the complexity presented by heterogeneous tissue has been historically difficult to overcome....
Madrid, 5th July 2018 - Aula Magna, Fundación Jiménez Díaz   Over 30 million Europeans are affected by a rare disease at some point in their lives. Although individually uncommon, rare diseases collectively affect as many as 7% of the population or 1 in 17 people. 80% of these diseases are of...
We are all unique. Our health is determined by our genome combined with our lifestyles and environment. By joining information about our genome with other clinical and diagnostic information, patterns can be identified and help to determine our individual risk of developing disease, detect illness...

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