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Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas (Spanish National Cancer Research Centre)
Patients & Families
28/02/2017 - Women in Science Office Seminar
Teresa Jurado and Mariano Nieto Navarro.
PPIINA (Plataforma por Permisos Iguales e Intransferibles de Nacimiento y Adopción), Madrid, Spain
06/03/2017 - Ad Hoc Seminar
Sara Priego Moreno.
Institute of Cancer and Genomic Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK
07/03/2017 - Women in Science Office Seminar
María Ruiz and Clara Sanchís.
María Ruiz stage director -Clara Sanchís actress
07/03/2017 - Scientific Meeting
“Una habitación propia”/ "a room of one's own" (Basada en discurso de Virginia Woolf/Based on Virginia’s Woolf speech)
10/03/2017 - Distinguished Seminar with the support of Banc Sabadell Foundation
Newcastle University Institute for Ageing, UK; University of Copenhagen Center for Healthy Aging, Copenhagen, Denmark
13/03/2017 - Ad Hoc Seminar
Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia IBE, Barcelona, Spain
17/03/2017 - Distinguished Seminar
Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Munich, Germany
24/03/2017 - Distinguished Seminar
NYU School of Medicine, US
28/03/2017 - Ad Hoc Seminar
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, US
31/03/2017 - Distinguished Seminar with the support of Banc Sabadell Foundation
José Luis Sanz.
Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM), Spain
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Stem Cell Reports:
'In vivo’ reprogramming induces signs of telomere rejuvenation
Secrets of human protein interactions unveiled by massive sequencing and coevolution
Tissue damage is key for cell reprogramming
A protein that defines the melanoma blueprint
The CNIO takes part in the biggest european project for the study of the epigenome
CNIO and Eli Lilly and Company identifie a new therapeutic target for lung cancer
Trends in Biochemical Sciences:
Scientists at the CNIO have deconstructed one of the myths of biological innovation
Clinical Cancer Research:
A marker can identify patients who will not benefit from treatment with antiangiogenic drugs
ATR inhibitors prove effective in two pre-clinical models of cancer
A gene essential for the DNA-replication process discovered
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World-renowed brain tumour experts gather at the CNIO
ASISA Vida and 'CNIO Friends’ join forces for cancer research
'Excelentes': A book of portraits on ideas that drive the world
Maria Blasco, Doctor 'honoris causa' by the University of Alicante
The year in summary: The science we did in 2016
The CNIO is celebrating its findings this year rewarding its young researchers
World experts present the results of major cancer genome programmes at the CNIO
The CNIO is paying tribute to Marie Sklodowska-Curie on the anniversary of her birth
The U.S. Department of Defense is funding a line of research at the CNIO
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