Month: April 2019

Summer scholarships for UdG students (beques d’estiu 2019)

The Institute of Computational Chemistry and Catalysis (IQCC) of the University of Girona (UdG) is a worldwide reference unit in computational chemistry and catalysis that aims at carrying out groundbreaking research on predictive chemistry for catalysis, with special focus on the processes occurring at the confined space for the coming years. One of the pillars

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Discovery of a new therapeutic target in liver cancer

A few months after the discovery how an enzyme stores the energy in our body, researchers of the IQCC have published again a paper in Nature. Ferran Feixas and Sílvia Osuna provided the computational chemistry support for the discovery that a protein related to cell stress (p38g) regulates cell division. The activation of this protein is essential

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