Stories from EMBL’s past are captured via the EMBL Archive’s Oral Histories programme
By Cella Carr
New way mice starve pathogens raises alternative approach to treatments for anaemia of chronic disease
By Sonia Furtado Neves
Flow cytometry: finding needles in haystacks
By Claire Ainsworth
Focusing on basic research is crucial for the development of more advanced genetics techniques
New ways of handling and distributing data at PDBe to tackle ever larger and more complex proteins
Enabling neighbours: intact genes can cause cancer when placed near "enhancing" regions of DNA
Looking for past print editions of EMBLetc.?
Browse our archive, going back 20 years.