3 July 2023
A third of all known proteins are either completely or partially unstructured. EMBL scientists contributed to a new set of guidelines – Minimum Information About a Disorder Experiment (MIADE) – that will help researchers share data on unstructured proteins in a more useful way and will enable…
29 June 2023
New framework to improve the FAIRness of clinical and molecular datasets
27 June 2023
Science, Technology and innovation
HoloFood, the first consistent collection of multiomic data about chicken and salmon gut microbiomes, set to enable the development of better animal feeds.
22 May 2023
Lab Matters, Research highlights
Postdoctoral researcher Carolin Sauer is leveraging long-read sequencing to develop new detection methods for various cancers.
11 May 2023
Understanding chromothripsis offers insights into how cancer develops.
28 February 2023
Why open data from model organisms is essential for rare disease research.
22 February 2023
Lab Matters, Perspectives
Jo McEntyre talks about data services, open data and a new era for research assessment.
25 January 2023
EMBL hosts inaugural meeting for major interdisciplinary project designed to boost understanding of ocean life
25 October 2022
NIH BRAIN Initiative to fund brain atlases, network coordination, and knowledge sharing to explore brain function research.
12 May 2022
Science, Technology and innovation
How text mining collaborations benefit our research, data resources, and the wider scientific community.
11 May 2022
Peter Harrison discusses the importance of data accessibility and his passion for biodiversity and agricultural genomics.
21 April 2022
The GBC is a coalition of life sciences and biomedical research funders that aims to optimise the funding and management of biodata resources worldwide. The organisation has two priority aims: to better coordinate and share approaches for efficient management and growth of the biodata…
24 March 2022
Researchers lay out a set of principles for open genomic data sharing or pathogens
23 March 2022
Zamin Iqbal and his team are working with researchers all over the globe to help put a stop to Tuberculosis
17 March 2022
The African BioGenome Project aims to safeguard biodiversity and build bioinformatics capacity across Africa
23 February 2022
Scientists urge the adoption of a sensible international policy for digital sequence information.
21 January 2022
On track to reach an ambitious goal of 3,000 genomes sequenced by the end of 2022, what’s next for the Earth Biogenome Project?
10 November 2021
The GA4GH Data Use Ontology (DUO) supports a data authorisation and access framework to streamline consent to use biomedical data
21 October 2021
The BY-COVID project aims to make infectious disease data, including COVID-19, openly available to everyone.
19 October 2021
Profiling M. tuberculosis strains from 27 countries to reveal causes of drug resistance.
13 May 2020
EMBL scientists will contribute to the new German COVID-19 OMICS Initiative to study the biological mechanisms contributing to coronavirus infections. EMBL group leaders Jan Korbel and Oliver Stegle, who is also affiliated with the DKFZ Heidelberg, will coordinate the set-up of IT infrastructures…
24 April 2020
In March 2020, planes were grounded, streets went quiet, and our lives changed forever. But while the world came to a halt, many scientists were ramping up their efforts to understand the new virus.
20 April 2020
The new collaborative space will help scientists, public health and healthcare professionals around the world to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
22 May 2007
It was the world’s earliest public database of DNA and RNA sequences and remains Europe’s primary nucleotide sequence resource. The database is maintained by EMBL’s European Bioinformatics Institute in Hinxton (UK) in collaboration with its US and Japanese counterparts GenBank and…
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