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New EMBL group leader Sara Cuylen-Häring will explore biophysical properties of chromosomes and other cellular assemblies.

Welcome: Sara Cuylen-Häring

New EMBL group leader explores biophysical properties of chromosomes and other cellular assemblies

By Berta Carreño

Science

Looping the loops: how chromosomes form

EMBL researchers and collaborators unravel how chromosomes form

By Edward Dadswell

Science

Watching nuclear pores in growing nuclei

Puzzle of nuclear pore formation in growing nuclei solved

By Laura Howes

Science

Data by Natalia Wesolowska has been visualised in 3D stereoscopic view, as an anaglyph and a 3D lenticular poster by Stefan Günther & Gustavo de Medeiros at EMBL

See data in a new light

3D printing, gaming, virtual reality and lenticular posters bring new perspectives to research

By Sonia Furtado Neves

Science

Cells that contract more strongly (pink) move inwards to form the embryo. IMAGE: Jean-Léon Maître/EMBL

The force is strong with embryo cells

Strength of contraction determines whether cells become embryo or placenta

By Sonia Furtado Neves

Science

Alba Diz-Muñoz. PHOTO: Hugo Neves/EMBL Photolab

Welcome: Alba Diz-Muñoz

New group leader combines physics and biology to answer the 'hows' of cell movement

By Sonia Furtado Neves

Science

A small loop (green) of the atomic structure of DAPK shown to be crucial for dimer formation and binding with its signaling partner Calmodulin. IMAGE: Petra Riedinger/EMBL

Enzyme with a dual-purpose loop

Unexpected results: structure of DAPK enzyme reveals dual-purpose loop

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

Digital zebrafish embryo provided the first complete developmental blueprint of a vertebrate in 2008. IMAGE: EMBL/Keller et al.

SPIM doctors

From initial development to a start-up company: Selective Plane Illumination Microscopy (SPIM) at EMBL.

By Sam Lemonick

Science

Periodic Table of Protein Complexes, Ahnert et al., Science 2015

Periodic table of protein complexes

Making it easier to visualise, understand and predict how proteins combine to drive biological processes.

By Mary Todd Bergman

Science

Question mark

Q&A: Biophysics

What does a physicist do in a biology lab?

By Isabelle Kling

Lab Matters

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