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Choanocyte chamber of sponge, with neuroid cell

Neural pathways

Exploring the diverse routes by which EMBL scientists are driving forward…

By Cella Carr

Science

EMBL makes insulin visible

The hormone insulin helps to remove sugar from the blood after a meal. This is important, as in the long term high blood sugar levels damage our…

By Doreen Feike

Picture of the week

Phd student microscope

Careers after EMBL

For many students in the life sciences, finishing a PhD marks a professional…

By Fabian Oswald

Lab Matters

Emma Colliver and Sampurna Mukherjee discuss science, PhD life and more at the EMBL–Crick PhD Symposium.

Science date: The Crick meets EMBL

Crick and EMBL PhDs talk science over…

By Oana Stroe

Science

From cell to mouse – how tissues differentiate

Shedding light on the mechanisms that control the fate of embryonic…

By Mehdi Khadraoui

Science

The librarians in the Szilárd Library

Marking 40 years of the Szilárd Library

The Szilárd Library celebrates its 40th anniversary on 20 November…

By Cella Carr

Lab Matters

Formation of a brain

The brain is the most complex organ in the human body. Yet despite it being the organ that makes us conscious beings – and despite the fact that…

By Mathias Jäger

Picture of the week

Fostering links with Montenegro

Two recent events have expanded EMBL’s collaboration with one of its newest member…

By Edward Dadswell

Events

Fluorescence microscopy images of differentiated human hepatocytes

ATTRACT: funding innovation in imaging

EMBL is a collaborator in four of the projects funded in the first phase of…

By Cella Carr

Lab Matters

New perspectives on nuclear pores

EMBL researchers have published two new studies involving the nuclear pore…

By Fabian Oswald

Science

Scientist and three children with large DNA helix model

Convention on the Rights of the Child stored in DNA

Children's rights stored in synthetic…

By Oana Stroe

Science

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