Susumu Tonegawa

Exploring the principles of episodic memory

Nobel prize laureate Susumu Tonegawa describes his work in memory research over the past decade…

By Fabian Oswald


2020 EMBL course and conference sneak preview

The programme promotes education, collaboration and cutting-edge research…

By Nicola Vegiopoulos


Tara in the harbour in Hamburg.

EMBL joins Tara stopovers in London and Hamburg

Tara schooner welcomes on board journalists, policymakers, funders and scientists…

By Iris Kruijen


A photo of the Hamburg harbour at dusk

EMBL and Tara: Hamburg

EMBL Hamburg and Tara raise awareness of the risks of microplastic pollution and global infection…

By Josh Tapley


Photo of University of Cambridge professor Tim Lewens

Editing the ethical code

Professor Tim Lewens challenges the human genome’s unique place in bioethics…

By Josh Tapley


Discover the research schooner Tara and her new microplastics mission in the Hamburg harbour on 17 June

When: Monday 17 June at 10:30Where: The press conference will be held on the Tara schooner at the Sandtorhafen in the Hamburg harbourWhat: A press conference on the new Tara mission on microplastics and Tara’s cooperation with EMBL. A tour of the schooner will be organised with the…

By Guest author(s)


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


Foundation stone laid for EMBL Imaging Centre

Foundation stone ceremony for world-class high-resolution microscopy centre in Heidelberg…

By Mathias Jäger


Guest looking at a panel at the REMIX exhibition produced for the European Researchers’ Night 2018

Advancing science and new perspectives

On 20 February, over 250 local supporters and friends met Edith Heard to celebrate a successful year…

By Patrick Mueller


Stephan Schiffels is a group leader at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena, Germany. PHOTO: MPI-SHH

Reconstructing the human past

What genetics can tell us about the structure of ancient human populations…

By Edward Dadswell


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