From 27 June to 2 July, five young scientists at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) are to attend the 60th Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany.
His studies address the initiation and progression of colon cancer, one of the tumours with greatest incidence worldwide.
A group of researchers discover a mechanism based on two proteins that regulate the microtubule network formation in embryonic cells.
Microtubules are like internal cellular transport networks and are fundamental for processes such as the secretion of substances, and cell movement and morphology.
This is a key process to understand gene activity and DNA replication, and to design drugs to modulate them in the future.
The international conference “Towards personalized cancer medicine”, the XI Symposium of the “Fundació La Marató de TV3”, and the first “Talència Divulga” Award are held coordinately in Barcelona this week.
Modesto Orozco receives the Bruker Prize and Pau Bernadó the I Prize for Young Investigators.
IRB Barcelona to participate in the BIO International Convention, the world’s largest biotechnology convention.
The group led by Marco Milán, researcher at IRB Barcelona, discovers that microRNAs control the levels of the oncoprotein Myc in Drosophila.
Researchers at IRB Barcelona discover a mechanism responsible for the orientation of asymmetric division of neuroblasts.
Researchers at IRB Barcelona discover a new component required for the structural maintenance of the epithelium.