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SPIM image of Medaka juveniles. Photo: EMBL/Philipp Keller

Thinking in 3D

Ernst Stelzer earns 2016 Lennart Philipson award for advances in light sheet microscopy…

By Margaux Phares

Alumni

Chromatin cartographer

EMBL alumnus Jop Kind reflects on the questions that led him to this year’s John Kendrew Award…

By Margaux Phares

Alumni

Powering proteomics progress

EMBL alumnus Angus Lamond is driving forward new ways to explore the proteome…

By Mary Todd Bergman

Alumni

Inauguration of the Szilárd Library in the late 1970s, led by John Kendrew (right). PHOTO: EMBL

Szilárd Library: An open book

Past meets present as Library head Ioanna Ydraiou interviews EMBL’s first librarian…

By Chloe Cross

Alumni

Swimming against the tide

"If I have an aim, I’ll find a solution" – meet EMBL alumnus Jochen Wittbrodt…

By Sonia Furtado Neves

Alumni

Pathways: Community management

Scientific community manager, alumnus Aidan Budd, connects people with shared interests, values, goals…

By Guest author(s)

Alumni

EMBL Alumni Association Board update

EMBL Alumni Association Board review progress and discuss new initiatives…

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Bork lab peers gather

27 former Bork lab members joined Peer for a full-day get-together this summer…

By Guest author(s)

Alumni

Italy-based alumni gathered for the ‘EMBL in Italy’ event on 27 May to learn about the focus of researchers at EMBL’s Monterotondo site. PHOTO: EMBL/Isabelle Kling

Italian interconnections

Marco Tripoldi and Valeria Carola join colleagues and peers at gathering of Italy-based alumni…

By Isabelle Kling

Alumni

UK-based EMBL alumni gather at Trinity Hall, Cambridge in May 2016. PHOTO: Robert Slowley

Making business in Britain

Abel Ureta-Vidal and Louise Modis join colleagues and peers at gathering of UK-based alumni…

By Mary Todd Bergman

Alumni

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