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Frank Gannon in the lab

EMBL in Australia: a strong alumni network

Frank Gannon discusses the strong links between Australia and EMBL.…

By Cella Carr

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Dr Cristian D. Magnus

The challenge of diversity

Dr Cristian D. Magnus discusses LGBTQ+ issues and diversity in science…

By Fabian Oswald

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Suzanne Eaton, former EMBL staff scientist from 1993–2001. PHOTO: EMBL

In remembrance of Suzanne Eaton

The life science community is deeply saddened by the death of Suzanne Eaton…

By Guest author(s)

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Picture of a fern gametophyte

Fun with fern photography

EMBL alumna Jennifer Deegan built a prize-winning system for photographing ferns…

By Fabian Oswald

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Alessandro Ori in the lab

Decoding ageing

The naked mole-rat as a model organism in ageing research…

By Cella Carr

Alumni

Colourful yeast

Most of us love brewer’s yeast, or at least the food that it’s helped us to produce since ancient times. Without Saccharomyces cerevisiae (its Latin name) we couldn’t enjoy wine, beer or most types of bread. Besides its role in food production, S. cerevisiae is also an important model…

By Doreen Feike

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Tanmay Bharat and Patrick Baeuerle, winners of the EMBL's 2019 alumni awards

2019 alumni awards

Scientists honoured for contributions in cancer immunotherapy and structural biology…

By Cella Carr

Alumni

Surface views of 3D reconstructions of the TBEV sub-viral particles.

Translating blue-sky research into the clinic

What does it take to create a vaccine or improve cancer therapies?…

By Emma Steer

Lab Matters

3D printing anatomical models.

In the flesh: translating 2D scans into 3D prints

Translating 2D hospital scans into 3D prints is informing patients and aiding surgeons…

By Emma Steer

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Wendy Bickmore. PHOTO: Massimo Del Prete

EMBL in the UK: Wendy Bickmore

Meet Wendy Bickmore, Director of the MRC Human Genetics Unit, who spoke at the EMBL in the UK event…

By Patrick Mueller

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