EMBL scientists examine the molecular causes of a rare hereditary disease of the spine and ribs
By Guest author(s)
This image shows the tracheal system of a live fruit fly larva. Daniel Rios from the Leptin Group and Dimitri Kromm from the Hufnagel Group used this advanced microscope to investigate the dynamics of tracheal cells during development.
By Mehdi Khadraoui
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New resource that categorises genes essential for supporting life could be used to identify rare disease mutations
By Vicky Hatch
Exploring the diverse routes by which EMBL scientists are driving forward neurobiology
By Cella Carr
A conversation about art-science collaborations and the importance of drawing in biology.
By Fabian Oswald
A newly developed 3D microscope visualises fast biological processes better than ever.
By Mathias Jäger
An engineer’s approach to understanding morphogenesis
By Berta Carreño
Acute myloid leukaemia risk could be detected years before diagnosis
By Oana Stroe
EMBL scientists show how chromatin usage in individual cells reveals developmental trajectories
By Iris Kruijen
EMBL scientists discover how two guidance cues work together when neurons project axons across the midline
By Sonia Furtado Neves
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