Results about: cellular structural biology

Scientists discover how the cell stops growing in response to lack of nutrients

Researchers unveil a mechanism responsible for halting protein synthesis when cells are deprived of nutrients.

The cell regulates its growth by forming various assemblies of RNA polymerase I.

The study has implications for cancer research.

Science needs fewer barriers between fields, more time and less aggressiveness, says Maria Macias

It was the first time that Group Leader and ICREA researcher Maria Macias organised a Barcelona BioMed Conference, in collaboration with the BBVA Foundation, held on 28-30 November 2016. When asked about the experience, she highlights that having been able to draw together experts from very diverse research fields and backgrounds was “extremely fulfilling” for her. The conference programme covered areas spanning genomics to systems biology, cellular structural biology, big data, and patients-focussed approaches.