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Big Data Challenges and Solutions: Centre for Genomic Regulation
 
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Speaker(s): Arcadi Navarro , Universitat Pompeu Fabra , Barcelona, Spain
Biological Imaging at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), Barcelona - Jim Swoger
 
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Jim Swoger's presentation on Biological Imaging at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), Barcelona at CIVIT's Workshop on Immersive Visual Technologies.
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"What scientists do with research data?". Roderic Guigó, Center for Genomic Regulation (Barcelona)
 
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"What scientists do with research data?". Roderic Guigó, Center for Genomic Regulation (Barcelona) -- III International Seminar on Library and Information Science Education and Research (LIS-ER) (Barcelona: Facultat de Biblioteconomia i Documentació, 4-5/6/2015)
Views: 84 FBiDUB
Genome analysis
 
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Subject:Biophysics Paper: Bioinformatics
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Leica Microsystems meets Science: Interview with Timo Zimmermann
 
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Interview with Timo Zimmermann, CRG-Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, Spain: Timo Zimmermann is head of the advanced light microscopy unit in the center for genomic regulation in Barcelona that offers access to the whole range of high and light microscopy equipment to other researchers. The first super-resolution image he saw was an eye opener for him: "It was not just structures that got smaller. I was looking at a sample that I specifically had high hopes of seeing another layer of complexity and this actually was there." The sample had been a single-cellular marine organism with complex microtubule structure which could hardly be guessed in a confocal microscope. But the complexity could be revealed by a STED microscope. Timo Zimmermann is enthusiastic about the new 3D technology offered by the new Leica TCS SP8 STED 3X: "The third dimension really improved the results. It's a bit like comparing widefield and confocal imaging. Confocal imaging did exactly the same thing: it reduced information to the relevant part of the focal plane and doing the same with super-resolution gives similar effects. You have more clarity in your image." The limiting factor of STED for him is also the light budget and he hopes that the development of suitable dyes will overcome these limitations. With the development of better and better commercial super-resolution systems, Zimmermann is convinced that super-resolution microscopy will be more and more seen as a standard. "I already started to perceive confocal images as a bit unsharp. The dots just may get smaller, but seeing it better sharpens your perception of the structure." For more information on super-resolution solutions from Leica Microsystems, please go to: http://www.leica-microsystems.com/products/super-resolution/
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DNA and discovery: The Genome Analysis Centre
 
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Read more about TGAC here: http://bit.ly/VnwPVl The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) is a specialist in genomics and bioinformatics, focusing on the interpretation of data to enable and drive bioscience in research and industry; its goal is to be at the forefront of data intensive science in biology, and a leader in bioinformatics innovation and the application of genome technology. TGAC is a centre of UK National Capability, committed to applying genomics knowledge and expertise through enterprise, collaboration and skills development to advance scientific knowledge and promote economic growth. The institute is a specialist in genomics, including DNA sequencing, whole genome-scale analysis and bioinformatics for the analysis and interpretation of sequencing data to enable advances in the food, health and environmental biosciences. Please share and embed this video with due credit to BBSRC. Read more about BBSRC institutes here: http://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/institutes See BBSRC News for the latest news and events: http://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/news And follow BBSRC on Twitter: http://twitter.com/bbsrc
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Genome Variation
 
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This is the fifth module in the 2016 Informatics on High-Throughput Sequencing Data workshop hosted by the Canadian Bioinformatics Workshops. This lecture is by Guillaume Bourque from the Canadian Centre for Computational Genomics at McGill University. How it Begins by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100200 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
ITN OPATHY. From Omics to Patient: Improving Diagnostics of Pathogenic Yeasts
 
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Yeast infections are poorly understood, difficult to diagnose and are becoming increasingly frequent and serious, affecting over 300 million people worldwide. Rapid and reliable diagnosis is crucial to the society, since it will reduce our health care costs and improve the quality of life of European citizens, especially of those at risk. The Innovative Training Network (ITN) OPATHY addresses this unmet medical need by combining clinical, genomic, and biochemical expertise of academic and industry partners to develop innovative, sensitive and rapid diagnostic tests for early, personalized, and targeted treatment. OPATHY is coordinated by Dr. Toni Gabaldón at Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona.
Views: 207 CRGchannel
Genome Analysis
 
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Roderic Guigó and ENCODE (English)
 
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Interview with Roderic Guigó, coordinator of the Bioinformatics and Genomics Programme at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), about the ENCODE project.
Views: 400 CRGchannel
ENG - Foretelling the future through our genes (I) - 2010
 
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"Foretelling the future through our genes. My genome is only mine!" (Part I) Conference by Xavier Estivill, coordinator of the Genes and Disease research programme at the Centre for Genomic Regulation, in Barcelona, Spain. Since some weeks ago I cannot see properly. I have to go to the ophthalmologist and find out what's going on. I believe it could be something serious and I'm quite worried. The doctor told me that they could look into my genome and find out the reason of my problem. I will give my permission to my DNA database so that they give access to the genetics team working with my ophthalmologist. That way, they will find out the reasons of my problem. I've been told that I can get additional information from my genome analysis, but I just want to know if I'll lose my sight and if that can be corrected. In the future, any visit to the doctor will involve to access the information in our genes and the diseases that variations (mutations) can entail. Each individual genome belongs only to one person and, neither the health systems, nor business, nor insurance companies, should have the right to access what is written on our genes. Only us have the authority to give our permission to access the necessary information for diagnosing, preventing or curing the diseases we can suffer from.
Views: 245 CRGchannel
ENG - Traveling inside a cell: avoiding traffic jams and accidents (I) - 2010
 
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"Traveling inside a cell: avoiding traffic jams and accidents (I) Conference by Vivek Malhotra, coordinator of the Cell and Developmental Biology research programme at the Centre for Genomic Regulation, in Barcelona, Spain. What are the requirements for a person traveling from Barcelona to New York City? This requires arriving at the airport, a ticket, visa and a plane for transport to New York City. Inside every cell of our body, the same events take place continuously. The passengers are called proteins and the transport carriers are called vesicles. Proteins are packed at one station into vesicles, which transport them to their correct destination. Correct trafficking of proteins is essential for cell survival and the normal body function. An understanding of how proteins travel within a cell is therefore of fundamental importance and, the CRG researcher Vivek Malhotra, presented some examples. He discussed the current understanding of how proteins travel inside a cell.
Views: 883 CRGchannel
Лекция Петра Власова «Что делать Физтеху в Био?»
 
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Лекция Петра Власова, выпускника факультета молекулярной и биологический физики МФТИ, (ныне факультет медицинской и физической биологии), кандидата физ-мат наук, senior postdoc’а в Centre for Genomic Regulation (Барселона, Испания) об актуальных задачах биологии и биоинформатики в современной науке и о том, как Физтеху найти себе в них применение
ENG - Foretelling the future through our genes (II) - 2010
 
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"Foretelling the future through our genes. My genome is only mine!" (Part II) Conference by Xavier Estivill, coordinator of the Genes and Disease research programme at the Centre for Genomic Regulation, in Barcelona, Spain. Since some weeks ago I cannot see properly. I have to go to the ophthalmologist and find out what's going on. I believe it could be something serious and I'm quite worried. The doctor told me that they could look into my genome and find out the reason of my problem. I will give my permission to my DNA database so that they give access to the genetics team working with my ophthalmologist. That way, they will find out the reasons of my problem. I've been told that I can get additional information from my genome analysis, but I just want to know if I'll lose my sight and if that can be corrected. In the future, any visit to the doctor will involve to access the information in our genes and the diseases that variations (mutations) can entail. Each individual genome belongs only to one person and, neither the health systems, nor business, nor insurance companies, should have the right to access what is written on our genes. Only us have the authority to give our permission to access the necessary information for diagnosing, preventing or curing the diseases we can suffer from.
Views: 116 CRGchannel
4. Comparative Genomic Analysis of Gene Regulation
 
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MIT 7.91J Foundations of Computational and Systems Biology, Spring 2014 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/7-91JS14 Instructor: Christopher Burge Prof. Burge discusses comparative genomics. He begins with a review of global alignment of protein sequences, then talks about Markov models, the Jukes-Cantor model, and Kimura models. He discusses types of selection: natural, negative, and positive. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
Views: 11452 MIT OpenCourseWare
Do we understand our genome? The end of the paradigm 'one gene-one disease'
 
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Conference by Dr. Juan Valcarcel, ICREA Researcher, Gene Regulation Programme, Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), Barcelona, Spain, offered within the framework of the Science Conference Series, at the Ateneu Barcelones.
Views: 503 CRGchannel
3 Where we are
 
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Where is the CRG? The building is fantastic, but the city is even better. Barcelona is a European biotechnology hub And the CRG is amongst the biomedical research centres that compete in the Champions League worldwide. To research into life, the best thing is to be surrounded by it. In a place where life has always been the centre of interest. Catalonia. In a city simmering with life, pulsating with culture. Barcelona. At a place in the city where everyone is engaged in the same thing. Barcelona Biomedical Research Park. Beside the sea, where we came from. Oh, Mediterranean! Centre for Genomic Regulation Barcelona Catalonia Spain Is there any better reason for living than to devote yourself to life?
Views: 274 CRGchannel
ENG - Cellular reprogramming: a real tool of regenerative medicine? - 2011
 
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"Cellular reprogramming: a real tool of regenerative medicine?" Conference by Maria Pia Cosma, ICREA Research Professor, leader of the laboratory Reprogramming and Regeneration, within the Gene Regulation, Stem Cells and Cancer research programme, at the Centre for Genomic Regulation, in Barcelona, Spain. Her research group is dedicated to studying the mechanisms that control the reprogramming of adult cells in order to determine whether this reprogramming contributes to tissue regeneration in higher vertebrates (fish, amphibians, birds and mammals). In recent years, there have been numerous studies of how adult cells of our body can be turn back into stem cells (i.e. those that have the potential to become any type of adult cell). A skin cell, for example, can be "induced" (converted) into a stem cell again, and then be transformed into a cell of another tissue (muscle, nerve, blood, etc.). This has generated great interest in the field of regenerative medicine. For example, this type of cells called "induced pluripotent stem cells" (IPS) can be used in the treatment of many diseases. But is this really possible? What should we keep in mind according to this approach? Scientists have also discovered that the reprogramming of adult cells can occur naturally in the body, but still do not understand why this happens and, more importantly for the purposes of regenerative medicine, how it happens.
Views: 861 CRGchannel
Neuroscience and Education
 
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Ismael Palacín (Jaume Bofill Foundation), David Bueno i Torrens (Dept. of Genetics, UB), Ignacio Morgado (Institute of Neurosciences, UAB) and Mara Dierssen (Centre for Genomic Regulation).
WEBINAR - Using the GA4GH toolkit: Beacon API V1.0.0 for genomic data discovery
 
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Join Juha Törnroos (CSC), Marc Fiume (DNA Stack), and Jordi Rambla (Centre for Genomic Regulation) of the GA4GH Large Scale Genomics Work Stream to learn more about the htsget API and how you can implement it into your own pipelines.
ENG - Genome complexity and medicine... - 2011
 
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"Genome complexity and medicine: illness prediction gets complicated" Conference by Fyodor Kondrashov, ICREA Research Professor, leader of the laboratory Evolutionary Genomics, within the Bioinformatics & Genomics research programme, at the Centre for Genomic Regulation, in Barcelona, Spain. In this talk he discusses the work that his lab does and the role of bioinformatics in the study of disease-causing mutations in humans. The study of the genome through sequencing produces an enormous quantity of data. This data is analysed by bioinformatics researchers dedicated to the management and analysis of all of the information obtained when a genome is sequenced via, for example, mathematical, biological, computer and statistical tools. Personalised medicine is based on the premise that if a disease is caused by a mutation of a patient's genome, this mutation will always produce the same effect in another person: the effect is stable and constant, independently of whom the individual might be. However, recent research suggests that this effect may depend on the combination with other mutations. In some cases, it can be demonstrated that two "bad" mutations could combine to produce a perfectly healthy person, meaning that in the world of genetics, two "negatives" sometimes make a "positive". It is also likely that some mutations which cause disease may be benign if combined with other genetic changes, although this phenomenon has not yet been observed in humans. This is discouraging for personalised medicine, as the study of mutation interaction is, both in theory and practice, much more complex than the study of a single mutation.
Views: 628 CRGchannel
ENG - Traveling inside a cell: avoiding traffic jams and accidents (II) - 2010
 
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"Traveling inside a cell: avoiding traffic jams and accidents" (Part II) Conference by Vivek Malhotra, coordinator of the Cell and Developmental Biology research programme at the Centre for Genomic Regulation, in Barcelona, Spain. What are the requirements for a person traveling from Barcelona to New York City? This requires arriving at the airport, a ticket, visa and a plane for transport to New York City. Inside every cell of our body, the same events take place continuously. The passengers are called proteins and the transport carriers are called vesicles. Proteins are packed at one station into vesicles, which transport them to their correct destination. Correct trafficking of proteins is essential for cell survival and the normal body function. An understanding of how proteins travel within a cell is therefore of fundamental importance and, the CRG researcher Vivek Malhotra, presented some examples. He discussed the current understanding of how proteins travel inside a cell.
Views: 379 CRGchannel
Петр Власов - Молодые ученые: первые шаги ДО и ПОСЛЕ диплома. Есеновские чтения.
 
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Тема: Молодые ученые: первые шаги ДО и ПОСЛЕ диплома Петр Власов - Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG).
Стоя на плечах гигантов, или зачем нужны консорциумы | Герман Демидов
 
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Герман Демидов (Centre for Genomic Regulation, The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology, Universitat Pompeu Fabra) За последние десятилетия развитие биологии было связано с накоплением массивов данных, огромных настолько, что отдельные исследовательские группы уже не справлялись с их биоинформатическим анализом. С целью решить эту проблему начали создаваться консорциумы из десятков лабораторий, такие как Human Genome Project, 1000GP, ENCODE и другие. На сегодняшний день, благодаря таким коллаборациям, в открытом доступе есть данные разнообразных типов, полученных с помощью различных технологий, вследствие чего сравнение новых экспериментальных данных с уже существующими стало стандартной частью любого исследования. Важно заметить, что консорциумы производят не только данные, но и биоинформатические пайплайны для их обработки, и стандартные форматы, и процедуры оценки качества. На этой лекции мы обсудим, как работает консорциум, как пользоваться результатами их работы и что делать, если вы вдруг обнаружили себя членом такого консорциума и вам нужно обрабатывать террабайты данных, а потом обмениваться результатами со всеми остальными участниками.
BIG BANG of Birds Evolution
 
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An international consortium including scientists from the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), Toni Gabaldón and Salvador Capella, in Barcelona, presents for the first time the phylogenetic tree of modern birds based on data from genome sequencing. The results were published simultaneously in 8 articles in a special edition of the journal Science, on Friday December 12, 2014, and in 15 further articles in other renowned scientific publications.
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What is neuroplasticity
 
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Mara Dierssen, of the Centre for Genomic Regulation,explains what is Neuroplasticity, and invites you to the II Neuro-Unconference on 28/05/2013 at the Civic Centre La Sedeta, Calle Sicilia 231, Barcelona.
Views: 133 Ilaria Mirabile
Science at PRBB: Johannes Jaeger's Comparative Analysis of Developmental Systems lab (CRG)
 
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Where do we come from? Why are we the way we are? Why aren't there any 6-legged mammals? In this short video, Yogi Jaeger, head of the Comparative Analysis of Developmental Systems lab at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) talks about his research. Video produced by the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park (PRBB). http://www.prbb.org
Views: 557 ThePRBB
Saca La Lengua: Study of human mouth microbiome as a large citizen science project | EU-LIFE
 
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Julia Ponomarenko - Centre for Genomic Regulation (Spain) FAPESP/EU-LIFE Symposium Cancer Genomics, Inflammation & Immunity June, 2016 - São Paulo.
Views: 342 Agência FAPESP
Professor Thomas Graf
 
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Professor Thomas Graf Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona
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New treatments for psoriasis
 
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They are called LCE3B and LCE3C and they act as protective shields on the skin against external agents. By identifying these two genes, researcher Xavier Estivill and his team in the Genes and Diseases Programme at the Centre de Regulació Genòmica (Centre for Genomic Regulation), have made an important step towards the treatment of psoriasis. The discovery that most of those who suffer from this chronic illness lack these two genes is a new milestone and will enable the development of more effective drugs for alleviating the symptoms of psoriasis.
Views: 761 Barcelona Visio
Dance Your Lab  2012 - Serrano Style
 
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Dance Your Lab is an annual competition held at Centre for Genomic Regulation where each laboratory is supposed to invent a dance/choreography that represents something that is done or that happens in their lab. All videos are shown at the Christmas party. 2012 Edition - Christmas Party
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Le Jouet: Déshabillez-vous scene, 1976
 
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Le Jouet (The Toy), french movie from 1976, Déshabillez-vous (Get undressed) scene with English subtitles in memory of CRG (Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona) which is an «international biomedical research institute of excellence»
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1 Who we are
 
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What's the CRG? Centre for Genomic Regulation A birds-eye view Allow us to blow our own trumpet for 18 seconds. Pioneers on the new frontier of research. Humanity is our concern, excellence our path and the Earth, our home. We are at the cutting edge of 21st-century science. Leaders in Spain We compete in the Champions League of biomedical research and stand as one of the world references in post-genomic biology. Excellence! Pursue it, but never believe you have attained it, or you will lose it. That is why no one at CRG has a place for life. Research in the 21st century must be led by scientists, and it must produce results. It needs the State, business, and talent. A lot of talent. We are all appraised by an external Scientific Advisory Board whose decision is final. There are no sacred cows here: no scientist, project or contract is untouchable. And we find this rigorous approach stimulating. (There are many things to be done. The point is doing them.) Genome sequencing heralded in the most gigantic and hope-inspiring research ever undertaken by humanity. Does DNA hold all the answers? The first step is to understand the thousands, millions of questions. We began unravelling enigmas and training people for the same work in 2002. We are sure they will succeed. In such a young science, who do you think is going to make the big discoveries? Were betting on it. And those who support us do too.
Views: 714 CRGchannel
Down Syndrome research, Green Tea extract BOOSTS memory, behavior
 
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Professor Mara Dierssen, Group Leader at the Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona (Spain). Her laboratory is investigating specific links between cognitive impairments and memory disorders in patients with Down syndrome and behavioural deficits in mouse models of this disease. She has published a number of peer reviewed papers on the subject. They have recently done phase 3 clinical trials as well.
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Science Pills. Roderic Guigó (English)
 
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Roderíc Guigó is coordinating the Bioinformatics and Genomics program of the Centre for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona. He is in the international ENCODE project for deciphering and understanding the human genome. DRAWING GENOMES The human body have about 50 trillion cells. At the core of each of which there are chromosomes containing the double stranded DNA bound by the combination of 4 letters, ACGT, repeated millions of times. A specific set of these 4 letters determines a gene. Each gene encodes one or more proteins, which are crucial to our identity and the workings of cellular machinery elements. Genomic and bioinformatics techniques are essential to interpret and understand this information.
Safeguarding the cell nucleus
 
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Researchers at the Centre for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona have uncovered a new quality control system in our cells, specific to the inner nuclear membrane, a specialised part of the endoplasmic reticulum (Pedro Carvalho's lab)
Views: 299 CRGchannel
Courses@CRG: Pathway modeling using ordinary differential equations
 
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Speaker: Veronica Llorens-Rico (Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona). Video taken during the 2016 Whole-Cell Modelling course that took place at the CRG in April 2016. More information: http://www.crg.eu/en/content/training-courses/coursescrg http://www.wholecell.org/school-2016/
Views: 392 CRGchannel
Science at PRBB: Manuel Mendoza's Cytokinesis and chromosome segregation lab (CRG)
 
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Manuel Mendoza is the head of a laboratory at the Cell and Developmental Biology programe at the Centre for genomic Regulation (CRG). His lab is working on the coordination of cytokinesis with chromosome segregation, using mainly yeast as an experimental model. He explains why he is studying this process in this short video produced by the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park (PRBB). http://www.prbb.org
Views: 459 ThePRBB
BIYSC 2018, are you in? Studying neurodegenerative diseases through the eye of molecular biology
 
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Do you want to discover the molecular mechanisms behind neurodegeneration? Join the scientists of the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) at the two-week excellence program Barcelona International Youth Science Challenge (BIYSC) 2018 of Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation! In this project you will work hands-on in the laboratory with other students from all over the world and study the mechanisms underlying neurodegenerative diseases. Applications and more information: www.biysc.org
Mental illness: a matter of genes and environment
 
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Conference by Dr. Mara Dierssen, neurobiologist, Genes & Disease Programme, Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), Barcelona, Spain, offered within the framework of the Science Conference Series, at the Ateneu Barcelones.
Views: 428 CRGchannel
Interviews at IX CRG Annual Symposium
 
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-Steven Laurie: PhD Student, GRIB, IMIM/UPF, Barcelona, Spain - Manolis Kellis: Associate Professor of Computer Sicence, MIT Computational Biology Group, Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard, Cambridge, USA - Fiodor Kondrasov: Evolutionary Genomics Group Leader, Bioinformatics & Genomics Programme, Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), Barcelona, Spain - Gessami Sánchez: Database manager, Hospital de la Vall d'Hebron, Barcelona, Spain - Meritxell Oliva: PhD Student, Institut of Biotechnology and Biomedicine (IBB), UAB, Barcelona, Spain - E. Dermitzakis: Louis Jeantet Professor of Genetics, Department of Genetic Medicine and Development, University of Geneva Medical School, Switzerland
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Semantic MediaWiki as a Platform for Lab Management and Biological Annotation - Toni Hermoso, CRG
 
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https://www.semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/SMWCon_Fall_2016/Semantic_MediaWiki_as_a_platform_for_lab_management_and_biological_annotation The talk presents some use cases of Semantic MediaWiki framework in laboratory environments and biological annotation projects, Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) * http://www.slideshare.net/tonihermoso/lab-service-wiki-a-wikibased-data-management-solution-for-laboratories-production-services * http://www.slideshare.net/lucacozzuto/annowiki SMWCon Fall 2016 - https://www.semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/SMWCon_Fall_2016/Conference_Days
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International Workshop on Immersive Visual Technologies, day 2
 
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The Centre for Immersive Visual Technologies (CIVIT) at TUT organizes an International Workshop on the emerging visual technologies and related user experience. 10:30 Atanas Gotchev (TUT) – Signal Processing for 3D Media 10:50 Mårten Sjöstörm (MIUN) - Realistic 3D – Technology to produce a life-like experience 11:10 Frederik Zilly (Fraunhofer IIS) - Lightfield Media Production Systems for Enhanced Creativity in Post-Production 11:30 Reinhard Koch (CAU) – 3D scene reconstruction and scene rendering from Color and depth cameras 11:50 Manuel Martinez-Coral (UVEG) 12:10 Xiaowei Sun and Philip Surman (Nanyang Technological University) - Light Fields, Full-resolution HDR and the Need for Speed 12:30 Jim Swoger (CRG) – Biological Imaging at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), Barcelona 12:50 Atanas Gotchev – Workshop closing--
Join us at BIYSC! Taking a closer look at DNA
 
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Taking a closer look at DNA: using sequencing to explore evolution and biodiversity. Does the fish that is sold at the market belong to the specimen that it is told us? Do you want to be the first to catalogue new living organisms before they disappear forever? In this project, included in the two-week excellence program Barcelona International Youth Science Challenge (BIYSC) of Catalunya-La Pedrera Foundation, you will design your own research project using leading molecular biology techniques with the aim of answering these and other questions and to contribute to real science at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG). More information: www.biysc.org
Activate London Summit 2013: James Sharpe on the Swarm Organ project and futuristic technologies
 
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Activate London Summit 2013: James Sharpe on the Swarm Organ project and futuristic technologies Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD Activate London 2013: James Sharpe, ICREA research professor, Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) explains how computer science and biology are going to change the way we build things and therefore the kind of things we can build. He predicts that once we eliminate the separation between the doers, thinkers and the object we are building, human technology will cease to be fragile.
Views: 205 The Guardian
Prof Mara Dierssen "Translational research in Down's syndrome"
 
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Professor Mara Dierssen, Group Leader at the Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona (Spain). Her laboratory is investigating specific links between cognitive impairments and memory disorders in patients with Down syndrome and behavioural deficits in mouse models of this disease. She has published a number of peer reviewed papers on the subject. Translational research in Down's syndrome: from understanding neurobiology to therapies that improve memory and brain function Mara Dierssen Center for Genomic Regulation (CRG) and CIBERER, Barcelona, Spain Down syndrome (DS) is the most common genetic cause of mental retardation. Mental retardation is a developmental disability with onset during childhood characterized by significant impairment of intellectual functioning and adaptive skills causing major limitations to live a normal, independent life. During many years DS has been considered a hopeless disorder. However, recent advances in the knowledge of DS neurobiology have led to crucial discoveries opening the possibility to therapy. However, an abundance of inconclusive study findings and contradictory information has made it difficult for parents who want definitive answers from credible sources. The main problems in the field have been over-reliance on a few pharmacological mechanisms, lack of validated molecular targets, and the severe side effects and narrow dose window of some of the proposed drugs. Moreover, in most, if not all the cases, the disease progression and the effects of 'nurture' and epigenetic changes are ignored. We will discuss a strategy based on our discoveries in animal models, in a beautiful example of translational research. We have based our strategy in a new concept: acting to favor the success of physiological brain processes. Our previous work in trisomic mice suggested that structural neural plasticity is impaired due to an inability to translate the temporary changes in synaptic plasticity after exposure to enriched environments, into stable structural changes. We here postulate the normalization of specific candidate genes, such as the Dyrk1A kinase, could rescue the limited capacity of modulating the synaptic plasticity in DS brains after early implementation programs. We will also address other practical questions as when to treat or how long should the treatment last. The benefits and dangers of treating during the prenatal period, that would act on the genetic building of the brain, in the postnatal period, thus addressing the activity (experience)-dependent wiring or in the adult in the hope of achieving a functional recovery. The Search for Medicine for Down's Syndrome Towards an International Research Alliance September 17th 2011 The Wellcome Trust Conference Centre Genome Campus Hinxton, Cambridge, UK. Program sponsored by The Down's Syndrome Research Foundation UK http://www.dsrf-uk.org and a grant from Alzheimer's Research UK: http://www.alzheimersresearchuk.org/
Views: 2245 DSRF UK
Dance Your Lab 2013 - Biologic
 
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Dance Your Lab is an annual competition held at Centre for Genomic Regulation where each laboratory is supposed to invent a dance/choreography that represents something that is done or that happens in their lab. All videos are shown at the Christmas party. 2013 Edition - Christmas Party
Views: 1386 Kiana T

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