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Tony Wyss Coray after his seminar at CNIO. Credit Laura M. Lombardía / CNIO. Basic Research
Blood could eventually become a tool against aging, Wyss-Coray says Research into different factors in the blood could contribute to better understanding and detecting...
Novaseq X Plus sequencer Scientific News
CNIO will help to improve cancer prevention and personalized diagnosis with the most powerful ‘gene reader’ The most advanced DNA reading machine on the market, a sequencer capable of reading tens of...
Presentation of Ignota, by Clara Montoya, at CNIO. 25.04.2024 Artist Clara Montoya presents her work ‘Ignota’, created at the first artist residency at the CNIO Science and art can inspire each other. This is the premise behind the art and science initiatives... I Maria Blasco Award to David Peris in Oslo Outreach to Society
David Peris, winner of the 1st Maria Blasco Award for the best scientific article of the year published by a Spanish researcher in Norway David Peris Navarro, senior researcher in Genetics and Evolutionary Biology at the University of...
Outreach to Society
Dora García’s documentary ‘END: (two prologues)’ commemorates International Earth Day at the Thyssen Museum Today, the Thyssen Museum commemorates International Earth Day with a four-hour continuous screening...
María Martínez Molledo, first author of the study, an Óscar Llorca, senior coauthor. She is a researcher and he is the leader at the CNIO's Macromolecular Complexes in DNA Damage Response Group. Credit: Esther Sánchez / CNIO. Scientific News
Nature Communications. Neuronal ‘gateway’ for essential molecules in learning and memory observed at the atomic level Learning from an experience, remembering an anecdote, changing an attitude… all our behaviours...
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Maria A. Blasco, CNIO Director, winner of Abogados de Atocha Award At a press conference this morning, the awarding of the Abogados de Atocha Prize to Maria A. Blasco...
Acumulación de “proteínas basura”: Células normales (izquierda) y células sometidas al efecto de la proteína tóxica rica en arginina (derecha). En esta se incrementan las proteínas ribosomales (verde fluorescente) y el tamaño de los nucléolos (rojo). Crédito: CNIO. Scientific News
Molecular Cell. Accumulation of ‘junk proteins’ identified as one cause of aging and possible source of ALS Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a degenerative disease. The neurons responsible for movement...
From the left: Sonia Martínez, Joaquín Pastor y Carmen Blanco, researchers of the Experimental Therapies program at CNIO, with Roke Oruezabal, from CNIO’s Innovation program. / E. Sánchez. CNIO Translational
First ‘CNIO Investors Day’ to help bridge the gap between cancer research and patient treatment A dozen venture capital firms, as well as funding and consulting firms, have listened carefully to...