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Rosemary Wilson

Rosemary Wilson is training and outreach officer at EMBL Hamburg. A passionate science communicator, she enjoys sharing her enthusiasm for the fascinating projects happening around her on the DESY campus.

Articles by Rosemary Wilson

IMAGE: EMBL/Spencer Phillips

Form follows function

'The PDB plays a crucial role in structural biology research and…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

Blocking the waste disposal unit

Detailed structure paves the way for more effective cancer…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

Leading the way in time-resolved crystallography

Establishing a programme of research, development and user services for time-resolved…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

A small loop (green) of the atomic structure of DAPK shown to be crucial for dimer formation and binding with its signaling partner Calmodulin. IMAGE: Petra Riedinger/EMBL

Enzyme with a dual-purpose loop

Unexpected results: structure of DAPK enzyme reveals dual-purpose…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

Florent Cipriani (right) developed CrystalDirect™ together with Josan Marquez (left) PHOTO: EMBL

The man behind the machine

Florent Cipriani talks about his passion for developing beamline…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

Tuberculosis – caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis – is a potentially fatal contagious disease that can affect almost any part of the body but is mainly an infection of the lungs

Better tools for exploring TB protein structures

How an EMBL team is making and sharing tools to explore tuberculosis protein…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

During cell division, DNA (purple) must be correctly grouped and divided between daughter cells. IMAGE: Nasser Rusan, National Institutes of Health (NIH)

A cohesive structure

Structural insights into how cohesin keeps DNA together during the cell…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

Rob Meijers and Stephane Boivin at the Sample Preparation and Characterisation facility. PHOTO: EMBL/Rosemary Wilson

How to make a protein happy

Protein screens developed at EMBL Hamburg now commercially…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

A peroxisome containing protein crystals is hit by a free-electron laser. IMAGE: EMBL/CFEL, Thomas Seine

The cellular crystal factory

Hamburg collaborators analyse protein crystals inside the cells that made…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

Full length CTP1L protein (green) in complex with truncated C-terminal domain (violet). IMAGE: Rob Meijers

One gene, two proteins, one complex

Further insights into how viral enzymes degrade the cell walls of Clostridia…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

The 3D atomic structure of RNA Polymerase III completes the family album. IMAGE: EMBL/N.Hoffmann

Pol III: Completing the family album

CryoEM solves 3D atomic structure of largest and most elusive RNA…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

Sybrand van der Zwaag is scientific director of the Delft Centre for Materials in the Netherlands. PHOTO: Photo: Delft University of Technology

Pathways: Open letter to young scientists

Sybrand van der Zwaag gives his five top tips for young researchers thinking about their next…

By Rosemary Wilson

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