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Basic Research
Journal of Advanced Research. CNIO researchers identify cryptic vulnerabilities in an oncoprotein that could be used in the development of novel anti-cancer drugs RET is a receptor protein with tyrosine kinase activity that can transfer a phosphate group from ATP...
Outreach to Society
Artist Marina Vargas appointed CNIO Arte 2023 curator Marina Vargas is a multidisciplinary artist whose language explores classic iconography,...
WISE Seminar  |  Paloma Chen [In Spanish]  Paloma Chen (Alicante, 1997), writer and journalist, has participated in the series...
CNIO welcomes the world’s leading researchers in ageing The possibility of living a longer and healthier life is one of the great challenges facing medicine...
CNIO Friends
Seven young cancer researchers to join the CNIO thanks to the generosity of donors This year, seven young researchers have joined the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO),...
04.04.2022 CNIO and PharmaMar carry out drug testing project for breast cancer micrometastases According to data from the Spanish Society of Breast Pathology, 20 per cent of breast cancer... 17.03.2022 CNIO and Totus Medicines form partnership to develop new generation of anti-cancer molecules The Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) today announced its partnership with Totus... Translational
Gut. An international study proposes stool analysis for early detection of pancreatic cancer Pancreatic cancer is not one of the most frequently diagnosed cancers, but it is one of the most...
Jane Goodall: “When I was 10 years old and I said I wanted to go to Africa and write books about animals, everybody laughed at me. Girls couldn’t dream of doing that” “When I was 10 years old and I said I wanted to go to Africa and write books about animals,...