About the author

Cella Carr

Cella is a writer and editor. As Editorial Officer in the Communications team she spent her days chatting to smart people about science, and writing their stories for EMBLetc. Red hair is the source of her superpowers (this has yet to be proven by science).


Articles by Cella Carr

Juan Reguera and Eva Kowalinski

EMBL in France: where science meets the sea

September’s alumni event in Marseille will coincide with a Tara stopover

By Cella Carr


Summer school group 2019

EMBL Lautenschläger Summer School success

The inaugural EMBL Lautenschläger Summer School ran from 15–26 July at EMBL Heidelberg.

By Cella Carr


The mural commemorating the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci. Ciutadella | Vila Olímpica station, Barcelona. PHOTO: James Sharpe/EMBL

Science as art in the Barcelona Metro

Images by EMBL researchers are included in an art–science exhibition in a Barcelona Metro station.

By Cella Carr


Frank Gannon in the lab

EMBL in Australia: a strong alumni network

Frank Gannon discusses the strong links between Australia and EMBL.

By Cella Carr


Representatives of Estonia and EMBL.

Estonia comes on board with prospect membership

Indrek Reimand discusses the life sciences in Estonia, a prospect member of EMBL.

By Cella Carr

Lab Matters

Michael Zimmermann in the ATC.

Welcome: Michael Zimmermann

Michael Zimmermann's group will investigate how gut microbes affect the body’s response to drugs.

By Cella Carr




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