Find out how curiosity is driving some of the work we do here at EMBL
Curiosity sits at the heart of scientific discovery. It helps us explore and make sense of our world. It kick-starts ambitious projects and it stirs our imagination. It has even been known to get us in trouble every now and then.
To celebrate curiosity as a driving force behind science, technology and engineering, in our latest editorial theme we explore what EMBL is curious about. Below are some of the articles that answer this question and more.
The Ig Nobel Prizes are renowned as a spoof alternative to the Nobel Prizes. From cats behaving like liquids to frogs levitating inside a magnet, Ig Nobel emcee Marc Abrahams has seen it all. Read our interview with Marc Abrahams in advance of his EMBL Science and Society talk in December.
It’s almost a year since the coronavirus outbreak was declared a pandemic, affecting all our lives. While the virus continues its grip on the world, scientists are understanding it better and better, increasing our knowledge about it and opening up new ways to fight it.