Edit

EMBL News

beta

Alumni

Photo of Jacques Dubochet giving a talk

A curious case of serendipity

Jacques Dubochet, Nobel laureate and former EMBL group leader, reflects on a key aha moment…

By Guest author(s)

Alumni

Midnight at Aurora Basin North in Antarctica. PHOTO: Simon Sheldon

Science from ice

Working on scientific instruments has taken EMBL alumnus Simon Sheldon to the ends of the Earth…

By Edward Dadswell

Alumni

This is a portrait of Michael Parker

Fighting disease with structural biology

Alumnus Michael Parker talks about his career, research highlights and how EMBL has played a role…

By Margaux Phares

Alumni

40 EMBL alumni meet in Oxford

Alumni meeting in Oxford

EMBL alumni met in Oxford for an afternoon of science talks and networking…

By Oana Stroe

Alumni

Obituary: Riccardo Cortese

The life science community is deeply saddened by the loss of EMBL alumnus Riccardo Cortese…

By Guest author(s)

Alumni

In remembrance of Anna Tramontano

The research community mourns the passing of Anna Tramontano…

By Guest author(s)

Alumni

Pathways: Life science investment

EMBL alumnus Joep Muijrers talks about making the transition from science into business…

By Edward Dadswell

Alumni

SESAME: a light in the desert

EMBL alumna Zehra Sayers key driver of the Middle East’s first synchrotron project…

By Rosemary Wilson

Alumni

Building bioinformatics capacity in Africa

EMBL alumna Nicola Mulder reflects on her pan-African bioinformatics project and its impact…

By Guest author(s)

Alumni

Building labs with flies

Flies can do a lot for science, inside and outside the lab. EMBL alumna Isabel Palacios explains how…

By Edward Dadswell

Alumni

Popular in this category

EMBLetc.

Read the latest Issues of our magazine - EMBLetc.

Looking for past print editions of EMBLetc.? Browse our archive, going back 20 years.

EMBLetc. archive
Edit