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The Old Port of Marseille.

EMBL and Tara: Marseille

From 27–30 September, Tara will be docked in the port of Marseille, France’s second largest city.

By Cella Carr


Happy hour for time-resolved crystallography

Researchers from Hamburg simplify time-resolved X-ray crystallography

By Guest author(s)


A photo of the Hamburg harbour at dusk

EMBL and Tara: Hamburg

EMBL Hamburg and Tara raise awareness of the risks of microplastic pollution and global infection

By Josh Tapley


The E. coli peptide transporter DtpA in complex with nanobody N00 and the prodrug valganciclovir (highlighted) Credit: Yonca Ural Blimke/EMBL

Structure of prodrug-transporter complex revealed

Scientists develop structural model that could help in the development of drugs with increased absorption rates

By Guest author(s)


Infographic on how X-RAY crystallography works. IMAGE: Tobias Wüstefeld

Time-resolved X-ray crystallography simplified

Speeding up time-resolved X-ray crystallography with EMBL beamline P14

By Guest author(s)


An 88% complete model of human hemoglobin (PDB id 5ni1) built de novo by ARP/wARP into a 3.2 Å cryo-EM map. IMAGE: Victor Lamzin/EMBL

ARP/wARP 8.0 released

Researchers at EMBL Hamburg have released the next generation of their ARP/wARP software

By Berta Carreño

Lab Matters

Potential new way to limit antibiotic resistance spreading. IMAGE: Aleksandra Krolik / EMBL

Potential way to limit antibiotic resistance

EMBL scientists unravel the molecular basis of a major antibiotic resistance transfer mechanism

By Iris Kruijen


General view of the ID23-2 sample environment showing the MD3-Up diffractometer and FlexHCD sample changer. PHOTO: EMBL/J. Sinoir

Beamline ID23-2 tools up for ESRF upgrade

EMBL instrumentation teams adapting tech to run biological experiments on the synchrotron after its upgrade

By Margaux Phares

Lab Matters

Schematic reconstruction of the Robo1 structure. IMAGE: Andrew McCarthy / Structure

One way crossing across the midline

EMBL researchers solve a decades-long debate on a key process for brain and embryo-development

By Berta Carreño


In this representation of influenza polymerase, a molecule (white) that strongly inhibits the enzyme’s activity is shown bound to the region of the enzyme (red) that usually binds the cap section of mRNA. IMAGE: EMBL/Cusack Group

Futures: Unravelling influenza

ERC grantee Stephen Cusack shares his vision for the next ten years

By Edward Dadswell



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