Online Magazine of the European Molecular Biology
Organs-on-chip: new horizons for disease research
Groundbreaking technologies help researchers study disease development in context
EMBL Barcelona researchers are studying how tissues develop both in healthy and diseased states using organoids and 3D multicellular systems to mimic human organs and their functions.
EMBLetc., the online magazine of Europe’s life sciences laboratory, celebrates its 24th birthday with its 100th issue. We took a walk through the past issues of this dynamic publication, and here are 10 recurring themes that emerged.
EMBL Grenoble technology teams provide a sneak peek into their latest collaborative project in structural biology services: the complete automation of an integral step in X-ray crystallography.
Scientists at EMBL Rome are developing new paradigms to study the impact of diverse environmental factors on reproduction in mammals and disease risk in their progeny.
EMBL’s newest expedition attempts to answer some of the biggest questions in planetary biology, and will help scientists find solutions to pressing global concerns.
EMBL researchers are pushing the frontiers of big data analysis in biological imaging, allowing scientists to gain a many-layered and multidimensional view of organisms, tissues, and cells in action.
In recognition of Janet Thornton’s retirement, we look back at some of her biggest accomplishments in shaping the field of bioinformatics.
EMBL’s upcoming Science & Society conference takes a deep dive into the ethical considerations surrounding the use of technology and organoids in life science research.
Veli Vural Uslu, winner of the 2023 John Kendrew award, chats about his journey in science and his adventures in science communication. Uslu is the writer, director, and organiser of various science-themed theatre plays, and the founder of TAP (The Awesome Potatoes) Science Theater Heidelberg.
Desmond Higgins, 2023 Lennart Philipson Award winner, discusses his time at EMBL and his research developing sequence alignment tools.
The work and excellence of EMBL researchers have been recognised with multiple awards and honours during the past six months. Here are some of the awardees.
First published in 1999 as a black-and-white printed newsletter for EMBL staff and alumni, EMBLetc. has undergone many transformations in its 24 years of existence.
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