About the author

Patrick Mueller

Patrick is a press and outreach coordinator at EMBL. During his MSc in physics, he shot laser onto things and fell in love with research and journalism. Now, he excites others for science.


Articles by Patrick Mueller

New technique for studying living fly larvae

This technique provides a simple but effective way to study the functions of organs in living animals

By Patrick Mueller


Melting reveals drug targets in a living organism

EMBL scientists identify drug targets in blood and organs

By Patrick Mueller


Science for everyone

During the Nacht der Forschung 2019, everyone was able to become a scientist for a day at EMBL

By Patrick Mueller


The evolution of the eye

Model organisms are species that are studied extensively to understand particular biological phenomena and processes, with the expectation that discoveries made in the model organism will provide insight into the workings of other organisms. The small marine ringed worm Platynereis dumerilii gained interest as a lab organism because of the dependency of its reproduction on […]

By Patrick Mueller

Picture of the week

Structural biology image of the condensin complex.

Intact chromosomes during cell division

The mystery of how condensin maintains the integrity of the genome during cell division. 

By Patrick Mueller


EMBL scientists in a bar for the event Pint of Science

A thirst for science

EMBL got together with the global science festival Pint of Science to explain and celebrate science.

By Patrick Mueller




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