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Category Archives: CEM-CAT
Jennifer Pérez Boza joins us
Jennifer Pérez Boza has got a grant from the Instituto Carlos III (FIS, Fondo de Investigaciones Sanitarias).
Additional hours for the TNF project at BSC
We have obtained 20,000 additional hours for the TNF project at BSC.
Computational hours for the TNF project
CESCA (at present ‘Center for Scientific and Academic Services of Catalonia’; before known as the ‘Supercomputing Centre of Catalonia Consortium’) has accepted our new project on TNF signaling. This will provide us with 200,000 computational hours along this year.
María José leave our lab
María José is finishing her PhD studies and is going to make an stage at Paris. She leave many friends here and the farewell was very emotional. Ester Cantó has prepared an impressive comic strip as a present for María … Continue reading
CEM-Cat Seminar: Agustina García
Agustina García presented her last work on Multiple Sclerosis at CEM-Cat Seminars.
LAB Seminar: Ignasi Buch
Ignasi Buch, PhD student at the Research Unit on Biomedical Informatics (Barcelona Biomedical Research Park, PRBB) and an important collaborator on the Soluble Guanylate Cyclase project, presented his last work in our lab today. Part of the presentation has been … Continue reading
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Computational hours in BSC
On February 25th, BSC (Barcelona Supercomputing Center) has published the list of accepted activities for the 1st period of 2011. Our project TNF alpha and Sphingosine 1-phosphate transduction systems in Multiple Sclerosis received 15,000 computational hours.