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Phd student microscope

Careers after EMBL

For many students in the life sciences, finishing a PhD marks a professional crossroads

By Fabian Oswald

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The librarians in the Szilárd Library

Marking 40 years of the Szilárd Library

The Szilárd Library celebrates its 40th anniversary on 20 November 2019.

By Cella Carr

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Fluorescence microscopy images of differentiated human hepatocytes

ATTRACT: funding innovation in imaging

EMBL is a collaborator in four of the projects funded in the first phase of ATTRACT.

By Cella Carr

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IMAGE: EMBL

Integrating imaging research across Europe

Euro-BioImaging now established as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium

By Guest author(s)

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Career service counselors

EMBL Fellows’ Career Service launched

EMBL career advisors discuss the new portfolio of activities

By Fabian Oswald

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Children can ask scientists questions in their mother tongue.

Teaching science in your mother tongue

Native Scientist’ organises multilingual science workshops for children of migrant communities.

By Fabian Oswald

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Janka Motešická, a EUCYS 2018 prize winner

Slovakian teen scientist visits EMBL

Interview with Janka Motešická: a EUCYS 2018 prize winner

By Doreen Feike

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Representatives of Estonia and EMBL.

Estonia comes on board with prospect membership

Indrek Reimand discusses the life sciences in Estonia, a prospect member of EMBL.

By Cella Carr

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EMBL appoints new Directors and Associate Directors

New Directors and Associate Directors

Promotions for Anne Ephrussi, Rainer Pepperkok, Paul Flicek and Jo McEntyre

By Iris Kruijen

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Photo of Tomasz Smolarek and Natalia Kret.

Internal Audit: improving processes at EMBL

Tomasz Smolarek and Natalia Kret in conversation.

By Cella Carr

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