Gene Translation Laboratory news

<p>The green fluorescent protein is produced by a system designed by researchers at IRB Barcelona and its expression demonstrates that the technique works correctly in human cells and other animal cells. © Image: Roberto Álvarez-Medina (CSIC)</p>
17 Dec 2009

Scientists will use it to analyse the stress responses used by cells to solve genomic errors, and also to identify targets of therapeutic interest.

25 Nov 2009

The Barcelona City Council, via the Barcelona Activa portal, has launched a programme called Do it in Barcelona!, to attract international talent to the city. This programme provides services with the aim to support and inform people aged between 25 and 45 interested in starting a business project, studying a masters or doing a research career in the centres of excellence in the metropolitan area of Barcelona. The pre-doctoral, researcher Valery Crowley, who is working in the Gene Translation Lab at IRB Barcelona, is one of the foreigner scientists who relates her experience in the city.

14 Nov 2009

A two full-pages story in the newspaper El Punt (Barcelona) about the biotechnology start-up Omnia Molecular, created by Lluís Ribas de Pouplana, ICREA researcher and group leader at IRB Barcelona.

30 Oct 2009

Researchers at IRB Barcelona describe a new mechanism that allows the segregation of nuclear and mitochondrial genetic codes in Trypanosoma.

27 Oct 2009

Barcelona City Council’s digital platform, “Barcelona Visió”, has drawn up a report to explain an IRB Barcelona European project to find more efficient drugs against malaria. The project is coordinated by Lluis Ribas de Pouplana, ICREA researcher at IRB Barcelona.