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Protecting us from our cells

Growth factor IGF-1 boosts natural defence against type-1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis

By Sonia Furtado Neves

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European Variation Archive (EVA)

European Variation Archive launches

European Variation Archive makes it easier to explore detailed information about genetic variation.

By Mary Todd Bergman

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Breaking boundaries

How Nobel-winning work by alumnus Stefan Hell shapes and inspires current EMBL scientists' research.

By Sam Lemonick

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Five-armed starfish

Superstars of science

From anemones to starfish, sea creatures are helping understand development, evolution and more.

By Lindsay Brownell

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Close-up of flow cytometer

Go with the flow

Flow cytometry: finding needles in haystacks

By Claire Ainsworth

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10 notable Hungarian scientists

From vitamin C to safe matches, a sample of notable scientists from our newest prospect member state.

By Sonia Furtado Neves

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Marine ragworm brain

How plankton gets jet lagged

How plankton gets jet lagged: the same hormone governs our sleep patterns and a daily marine migration.

By Sonia Furtado Neves

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The worm's axochord and human notochord

From worm muscle to spinal discs

Evolutionary surprise: notochord likely evolved from muscle, earlier than assumed.

By Sonia Furtado Neves

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Major advance in stem-cell technology

Major advance in stem cell technology

Researchers produce pristine stem cells, which can be precisely changed into clinically relevant cell types.

By Mary Todd Bergman

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Gibbon genome sequenced

Gibbon genome joins Ensembl

Gibbon genome gives insights into evolution of this singing, swinging, tree-dwelling ape.

By Mary Todd Bergman

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