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Convocatòria extraordinària d'admissió d'estudiants amb estudis universitaris iniciats pel curs 2016-17
BIB launches its website to boost visibility of Catalan bioinformatic potential
The Bioinformatics Barcelona Association (BIB), formed by more than 80 research groups, counts with Ferran Sanz and David Comas as members of the governing body.
Library/CRAI extended opening hours during examination period
Between Saturday 11th and Tuesday 28th June, during the examination period for the third quarter and with the aim of extending the opening hours, the facilities of the Library/CRAI will extend the opening hours.
A new way of teaching Biology
International experts raise the structure that master's programs in systems biology, the interdisciplinary branch of science that studies using mathematical models present interactions between genes, molecules, cells, tissues and organisms should have.
New medical terms close the trilogy of Catalan medical eponyms
Josep-Eladi Baños and Elena Guardiola present the latest volume of the triology on Catalan medical eponymy from the Dr Esteve Foundation. It is a historic overview of Catalan medicine through eponyms.
Barcelona hosts, for the first time, the School of Molecular and Theoretical Biology for secondary school students
The school funded by the Zimin Foundation will be held with the support of the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), the Pompeu Fabra University (UPF), the Pere Tarrés Foundation, and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) in Barcelona, Spain.
Carlos Toscano wins the RIN4', a competition on popular science
The presentation "Oscillating genes and speaker bacteria" caught the attention of the jury, who awarded first prize and also of the public, who chose it for the special prize. The Rin4' contest aims to help doctoral students to learn to communicate your research.
Rin4' competition kicks off
For the next three days, more than 50 UPF PhD students will be presenting their respective research in just 4 minutes and in front of a jury. The winner will receive a prize of nearly 1,000 euros.
Protein degradation and its applications in cancer, the focus of the lecture by the Nobel Prize for Chemistry Aaron Ciechanover
On 1 April, Pompeu Fabra University, in collaboration with Novartis, invited the researcher Aaron Ciechanover to give a talk about the ubiquitina-proteasome system.
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