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Former chair of EMBL Council to take office as the next President of the Max Planck Society in June 2023.
New analysis of EMBL alumni highlights an evolving career landscape with a wide range of opportunities for early-career life scientists.
Experiences at EMBL Rome led former group leader to establish his start-up in Italy, developing a new generation of gene therapies Technologies and methods developed for fundamental research are often considered to be solely for academic purposes – aimed at building knowledge instead of…
An EMBL alumnus reflects on the database he started as a graduate student 25 years ago at EMBL
A mobile molecular tool is helping us better assess biodiversity impacts in endangered New Zealand species, and around the world
Ken Holmes, outstanding pioneer of structural biology and founder of EMBL's Hamburg site, died on 2 November 2021 at the age of 87
Iain Mattaj honoured with the Verdienstkreuz for fostering connections with the German public
EMBL alumnus Angus Lamond explains the value of fundamental research and how it can be translated into wider impact
EMBL alumna Mariëlle van Kooten is part of a research community working to beat heart disease