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European Variation Archive makes it easier to explore detailed information about genetic variation.
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How Nobel-winning work by alumnus Stefan Hell shapes and inspires current EMBL scientists' research.
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From anemones to starfish, sea creatures are helping understand development, evolution and more.
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Flow cytometry: finding needles in haystacks
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From vitamin C to safe matches, a sample of notable scientists from our newest prospect member state.
How plankton gets jet lagged: the same hormone governs our sleep patterns and a daily marine migration.
Evolutionary surprise: notochord likely evolved from muscle, earlier than assumed.
Researchers produce pristine stem cells, which can be precisely changed into clinically relevant cell types.
Gibbon genome gives insights into evolution of this singing, swinging, tree-dwelling ape.
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