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EU-LIFE Science Newsletter 3/2017

Community News from the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC), Germany


For the CRISPR-Cas9 system to work, researchers have to design RNA sequences that specifically match the sequence of the target gene. CrispRGold, written by MDC scientists, helps to identify the most effective and specific RNA sequences. The team has also developed a mouse strain that expresses high levels of Cas9.

The second EU-LIFE strategy meeting was held on October 27-29, 2014 in Oeiras, Portugal.

Gathering the Board of Directors, the Strategic group of EU-Life and the Chairs of the EU-LIFE Working Groups, the meeting aimed at discussing EU-LIFE strategy and strengthening the EU-LIFE community.

From May 12th to 15th 2014, at the CRG, in Barcelona, two main EU-LIFE events were held: The first EU-LIFE Scientific Workshop on Biology of Cancer, and the second EU-LIFE Community Meeting.

On the Groups page, you'll find the complete searchable list of all EU-LIFE Group Leaders. On the technologies page you'll be able to browse through all the technologies available at our institutes

EU-LIFE Institutes further formalised their alliance, signing a comprehensive Consortium Agreement, and recruiting a Manager.

EU-LIFE article in Genome Web

EU-LIFE, a new Alliance for European Excellence and Competitiveness in Life Sciences

Check-out our New EU-LIFE Jobs Page, where all partner institutes list all their open positions

All EU-LIFE institutions have signed a memorandum of understanding