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EMBL shares expertise with four European institutes

Three international teams involving EMBL Heidelberg have been granted funding from the European Commission for three Twinning projects with institutes in Portugal and the Czech Republic.

By Marius Bruer

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Portrait of Bastian Drees, Head of Library

Welcome: Bastian Drees

Bastian Drees is a biophysicist turned librarian, who joined EMBL in January as the new Head of Library. Here, he discusses the changing role of libraries and how they can help scientists organise and share their results.

By Marius Bruer

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EMBL’s response to the coronavirus outbreak

EMBL is committed to providing a safe and healthy working environment for our staff and visitors.

By Guest author(s)

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The history of EMBL in many voices

Stories from EMBL’s past are captured via the EMBL Archive’s Oral Histories programme

By Cella Carr

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Theresia Bauer Edith Heard

Baden-Württemberg Science Minister visit

Theresia Bauer and EMBL discuss organisational developments and future strategies

By Fabian Oswald

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Welcome: Lucia von Bredow

EMBL’s new Science and Society Manager shares her plans for fostering multidisciplinary dialogue

By Marius Bruer

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Luxembourg funds research collaborations with EMBL

2020 call now open for FNR funding of bilateral projects between EMBL and Luxembourg

By Cella Carr

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Edith Heard wins L’Oréal–UNESCO Award

EMBL Director General recognised alongside four other exceptional women in the life sciences

By Edward Dadswell

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Building microscopes to learn biology

How EMBL’s ‘Microscope in Action’ introduces teenagers to the basics of fluorescence microscopy

By Marius Bruer

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Statement on Brexit

Today marks the next chapter in the UK’s relationship with Europe. While we wait to see what a future relationship brings, researchers will continue to work across borders to tackle society’s most pressing problems, such as climate change, ageing, and disease.

By Terry O'Connor

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