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January 2020 | EMBL

Statement on Brexit

Today marks the next chapter in the UK’s relationship with Europe. While we wait to see what a future relationship brings, researchers will continue to work across borders to tackle society’s most pressing problems, such as climate change, ageing, and disease.

By Terry O'Connor

Lab Matters

Chan Zuckerberg grant for Global BioImaging

New grant will increase collaboration between imaging centres and fuel scientific discovery

By Edward Dadswell

Lab Matters

Meytal Landau with Thomas Dobner, Katharina Fegebank and Matthias Wilmanns

Meytal Landau: a visiting researcher in Hamburg

Strengthening ties between EMBL and Israel through the Scientific Visitor Programme

By Cella Carr

Science

Injured lung

Muzamil Majid Khan, a postdoc in the Pepperkok team at EMBL Heidelberg, studied the piece of tissue visible in this image.

By Mathias Jäger

Picture of the week

Maria Bernabeu

Welcome: Maria Bernabeu

New group leader at EMBL Barcelona is investigating how malaria affects the human circulatory system

By Cella Carr

Science

Hungarian Minister visits EMBL

László Palkovics, Hungarian Minister for Innovation and Technology, visited EMBL Heidelberg

By Mathias Jäger

Events

Forkhead-Ets cooperation

How transcription factors work together

EMBL researchers have developed a method to observe interactions between transcription factors

By Fabian Oswald

Science

Lifetime Achievement Award for Matthias Hentze

EMBL Director honoured by the international RNA Society

By Terry O'Connor

Events

Antibody engineering for therapy and diagnosis

The new EMBL spinoff company Araxa Biosciences GmbH aims to set new standards for the development of antibody-based therapeutics and diagnostics

By Annabelle Grimm

Lab Matters

Janet Thornton EMBL Insight Lecture

Ageing and disease

Dame Janet Thornton presents the 2019 EMBL Insight Lecture: Ageing and disease – what is the link?

By Vicky Hatch

Events

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