Science Communication Award for trio HUGO

We are thrilled to announce that a musical trio HUGO, with Daniel Schümperli playing clarinet, was awarded Science Communication Award of the Swiss Society for Cell Biology Molecular Biology a

Nature paper involving EURASNET groups

A paper on alternative splicing and circadian rhythms in a model plant (Arabidopsis thaliana) and in a fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) was published in Nature online on the 21 October 2010.

EURASNET brochure in two language versions

A fantastic brochure suitable for all audiences, giving an overview of the EURASNET and presenting an extensive information on alternative splicing.

New papers from Professor Baralle's lab

Please, have a look at the new papers being in press from Professor Baralle's group:

Fourth EURASNET newsletter

We are happy to announce that the fourth EURASNET newsletter is out featuring news from the network over the last six months.

Angus Lamond elected Fellow of the Royal Society!

Congratulations to Angus Lamond who has been elected Fellow of the Royal Society, the world's oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.

Jamal Tazi receives the Prize of French influence!

Congratulations to Jamal Tazi on winning the prestigous Prize of French influence from the Association Réalités et Relations Internationales (ARRI).

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