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Isabel Romero Calvo

Behind the scenes: 2021 Holiday card

Our mission was to create a Holiday card that visually reflects life sciences.  Concept To visualise a snowflake-shaped protein structure, rendered in a ribbon representation, to link molecular biology with holiday decoration and festive season greetings. Searching for the perfect protein In…


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Coming soon: a new look for the EMBL-EBI website

David Gant, Technical Content Developer, EMBL-EBI The EMBL-EBI corporate website (www.ebi.ac.uk) provides a direct gateway to a variety of life science data resources that are highly valued and extensively used by the global scientific community, as well as offering uninterrupted access to…



Ken Hawkins

EMBL.org: Putting our best footer forward

In partnership with colleagues from across EMBL and EMBL-EBI we have created and implemented this first in a range of subtle — but broad — improvements to support the footer and navigation across One EMBL.org.



Marius Bruer Illustration of elderly male scientist, bright green jellyfish in the background.

Osamu Shimomura

Difficult times couldn't stop Osamu Shimomura from embarking on a successful research career. Grasping opportunities as they arose, he would later discover Green Fluorescent Protein – which has become an indispensable tool in labs around the world today.


Marius Bruer

Rita Levi-Montalcini

Rita Levi-Montalcini's path to becoming a researcher was all but a smooth one. But with passion, persistence, and creativity, Rita overcame the obstacles life presented to her and embarked on a journey to study the secrets of the nervous system.


Marius Bruer Portrait illustration of geneticist Barbara McClintock, maize crops and DNA molecule in the background.

Barbara McClintock

When genetics was still a niche discipline, American biologist Barbara McClintock set out to study genes and chromosomes in maize. Her experiments revealed that chromosomes are not at all unchangeable, fixed entities.


Ken Hawkins

Accelerating one EMBL.org

On 4 December 2020 the new EMBL.org received a package of major refinement. Driven by stakeholder desire for a shorter version of the page, the outcome is greater focus on EMBL’s mission areas.


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10 benefits of EMBL’s WordPress microsites

In the past two years, digital and design teams in EMBL’s Communications group have been collaborating closely with the IT team in Heidelberg and the Web Development team at EBI to customise WordPress platform and to meet EMBL’s look, feel and requirements.

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