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One of the causes of aggressive liver cancer discovered: a ‘molecular staple’ that helps repair broken DNA Error-correcting mechanisms are very important for cells, because with all the cellular activity...
Artist Eva Lootz in front of her work for the first edition of CNIO Arte, in 2018. /Amparo Garrido. CNIO. Outreach to Society
Artworks from ‘CNIO ARTE’, born from the dialogue between scientists and artists, to be exhibited in New York In her works created for CNIO ARTE, Eva Lootz reflects on the origins of molecular biology and...
La artista Eva Lootz ante su obra para la primera edición de CNIO Arte, en 2018. /Amparo Garrido. CNIO. 21.01.2023 Las obras de ‘CNIO ARTE’, nacidas del diálogo entre científicos y artistas, se expondrán en Nueva York En las obras creadas para CNIO ARTE, Eva Lootz reflexiona sobre los orígenes de la biología... 19.01.2023 New STAb cell immunotherapy created for a type of leukemia with few treatment options Researchers from the H12O-CNIO Cancer Immunotherapy Clinical Research Unit and the Josep Carreras... 19.01.2023 Maria A. Blasco, elected full member of the Royal National Academy of Pharmacy Maria A. Blasco has been appointed Full Member No. 28, corresponding to Doctors of Pharmaceutical... 19.01.2023 Clara Montoya is named CNIO’s first ‘artist-in-residence’ The artist Clara Montoya has been chosen as CNIO’s first Artist-in-Residence, an initiative of the... 10.01.2023 The “spectacular progress” in research into slowing down aging, analyzed in Cell by Maria A. Blasco and other leading researchers in the field The authors have identified 12 hallmarks of aging, which are measurable processes that can be... Héctor Peinado, head of the CNIO Microenvironment and Metastasis Group / Antonio Tabernero. CNIO. 02.01.2023 Héctor Peinado, winner of the XII National Cancer Research Award “Doctores Diz Pintado” The Cancer Research Foundation of the University of Salamanca (FICUS) – Centro de... 29.12.2022 A CNIO-led 2.5 million euro project to develop ‘digital twins’ for women with cancer Digital twins are computer models in the image and likeness of patients. They can give clues about,...