EMBL Grenoble showcased at Biophysical Society Meeting

EMBL’s French site was highlighted in a short film presenting its expertise in structural biology research and services

EMBL Grenoble building
EMBL Grenoble. Credits: Mylène André/EMBL

EMBL Grenoble’s research and services were showcased in a short film at the 2023 edition of the Biophysical Society Meeting in San Diego, USA. This was the 67th edition of the conference, which regularly attracts la crème de la crème of biophysicists and structural biologists.

The video presents EMBL Grenoble’s cutting-edge structural biology research, with a strong focus on RNA and infection biology. It also highlights the institute’s expertise in delivering state-of-the-art structural biology services to the scientific community and in developing innovative technologies.

Located on the EPN Science Campus, the EMBL Grenoble site sits right next to the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF), the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL), and the French national Institut de Biologie Structurale (IBS) – providing a unique environment for integrated structural biology research. 

Head of EMBL Grenoble Kristina Djinovic-Carugo, who attended the Biophysical Society Meeting, commented on the relevance of this international conference for EMBL: “EMBL Grenoble has collaborators and users from all across the world. It was a pleasure to attend the Biophysical Society Meeting to strengthen and expand our connections in the global biophysics community.”

Credits: WebsEdge/Science

Tags: grenoble, infection biology, microscopy, rna, structural biology, technology


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