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2014 | EMBL

EMBL, its alumni and Greece

Showcasing EMBL at the Congress of the Hellenic Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

By Mehrnoosh Rayner

Alumni

Bacteria’s barrel-building challenge

How do E.coli and similar bacteria grow safely? By using barrel-plugs as sensors.

By Sonia Furtado Neves

Science

Alumni awards

Announcing winners of the John Kendrew Young Scientist Award, and inaugural Lennart Philipson Award.

By Mehrnoosh Rayner

Alumni

How to fix a cellular powerhouse

Compound that can restore the function of poorly working mitochondria, with therapeutic potential.

By Dan Jones

Science

Luxembourg collaboration

Third round of calls for joint research projects between EMBL and Luxembourg in 2015

By Sonia Furtado Neves

Lab Matters

Lighting the way

EMBL Hamburg celebrates four decades of vision, pioneering research and beamline services.

By Rosemary Wilson

Events

Dinner with a Nobel Laureate

The day EMBL Hamburg predocs and postdocs invited Nobel Prize Winner Ada Yonath to dinner.

By Rosemary Wilson

Lab Matters

A bundle of nerves that relays information from touch receptors on the skin to the spinal cord and ultimately the brain, imaged with the new technique. IMAGE: EMBL/L.CASTALDI

Delighting in detail

Unprecedented detail in images of mouse neurons thanks to new SNAP-tagging microscopy technique.

By Sonia Furtado Neves

Science

Four decades at EMBL

Employee number 47 retires, leaving behind a legacy that intricately linked her life with EMBL.

By Isabelle Kling

Alumni

Anopheles gambiae

What makes a mosquito deadly?

Genome-based insights into evolution of malaria-carrying Anopheles mosquitoes.

By Mary Todd Bergman

Science

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