The Human Technopole Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer (CITT) continues its international promotion activities by learning about foreign innovation ecosystems. From 28 to 30 November 2023, CITT is organising a study tour to meet the leading players in basic and applied research within the Austrian ecosystem, with the support of the Italian Embassy in Vienna and the Italian Trade Agency.
In a perspective article published in Nature, Piero Carninci and colleagues discuss the status of human gene annotation and how high-throughput RNA sequencing technologies have accelerated the discovery of non-coding RNA genes with unknown functions and will promote the completion of the human gene catalogue.
An international group of light microscopists provides guidelines on how to process raw microscopy images and assemble them for publication in a standardised and reproducible manner.
The Pigino Group developed a detailed protocol to obtain super-resolution images of the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii by using conventional optical light microscopes.