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Isabelle Kling

Isabelle Kling trained as a biochemist and science communicator, before setting up various science communication projects in Canada and in Europe. She is now a communication officer with EMBL.

isabelle.kling@embl.de

Articles by Isabelle Kling

Kikusui spent 10 days this March in the Gross lab at EMBL brainstorming the neural mechanisms of social behaviour. PHOTO: Cornelius Gross

The pheromones behind romance

A perfect match: behaviourist Takefumi Kikusui visits the Gross group to explore animal attraction

By Isabelle Kling

Science

CrystalDirect robot control software: signal from a video camera monitoring the laser working area within a microplate (centre), used to locate the aperture (green trace) and cutting shape (red line), and to select final position of pin tip relative to the crystal (red oval). IMAGE: Zander, U, et al.

Crystals in the beamlight

CrystalDirect, developed at EMBL, automates crystal preparation for X-ray analysis

By Isabelle Kling

Science

IMAGE: EMBL-EBI/Spencer Phillips

What makes us human? Or not…

From jumping genes to organ transplants, the non-human features that make us human.

By Isabelle Kling

Science

Question mark

Q&A: Biophysics

What does a physicist do in a biology lab?

By Isabelle Kling

Lab Matters

Karsenti wins CNRS gold

Gold medal celebrates Eric Karsenti’s exceptional career and outstanding contributions to biology.

By Isabelle Kling

Lab Matters

MASSIFly efficient

MASSIF-1 processes its 10,000th crystal, less than one year after the beamline became operational.

By Isabelle Kling

Science

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