News - CMRB

Three-dimensional reconstruction of cells expressing the EphB2 receptor in the membrane of cells that have been stimulated with the ephrin ligand. Cells collide leaving a trace of projections at the base of the substrate.

Deciphering cell language

New insights into the intercellular communications mechanism that regulates cell repositioning leads the way towards the development of targeted therapies in regenerative medicine

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Communiqué from the universities and research centres of Catalonia

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New P-CMR[C] facilities at IDIBELL
5th May 2017

IDIBELL and CMRB launch a new Catalan Regenerative Medicine Program

The Center of Regenerative Medicine in Barcelona (CMR[B]) - currently located within the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park (PRBB) - and the Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBELL) have joined efforts to create the new Regenerative Medicine Program of Catalonia (P-CMR[C]).

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March 13, 2017

Unistem day at CMR[B]

7 European countries, 27,000 students, 75 Universities and Research Centers of Spain and Europe, more than 400 guests among researchers, managers, communicators, technicians, clinicians and many more, alltogether for Unistem day.

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February 24, 2017

The CMR[B] meets YoMo

On February 28th the CMR[B] will participate in YoMo, the Youth Mobile Festival, an event to inspire the next generation of scientists, technologists, engineers and designers to succeed in an increasingly mobile world.

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January 26, 2017

Scientific journalists for one day

Yesterday (January 25th), a group of 48 children from the primary school “Bac de Roda” in Barcelona participated in the PRBB-organized activity “Interview with a scientist.”

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December 22, 2016

The CMR[B] participates in ADVANCECAT, promoting advanced therapies in Catalonia

The CMR[B] participates in ADVANCECAT, a new project which has the objective of  Enabling the arrival of advanced therapies from pre-clinical stages to industrial production and clinical application.

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November 23, 2016

iPSC’s 10th Anniversary: Stem Cell Reprogramming Turns Ten

Ten years ago, Dr. Yamanaka and Dr. Takahashi published a manuscript where they explained how he obtained stem cells from mouse skin cells. Since then, iPSCs have revolutionized many scientific fields and in a near future, they could arrive to the clinics.

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October 11, 2016

Turning skin cells into platelets

Good news in biomedicine is published today in the prestigious journal Cell Reports. The study, led by the CMR[B], shows that is possible to convert skin cells into megakaryocytes with the same functions that the ones that are in the human body, able to produce platelets, the blood cell type responsible of the normal blood clotting.  This conversion was induced by a cocktail of 6 factors and takes only 2 weeks.

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September 16, 2016

Fighting blindness with stem cells

Last week (September 6-7th), Dr. Anna Veiga, Director of the Stem Cell Bank at the CMR[B], participated in the B-debate “Fighting Blindness. Future Challenges and Opportunities for Visual Restoration” as a chair and speaker.

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