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How a single molecule can attract and repel growing brain connections…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

Celebrating 40 years of leading life science

"Thank you, EMBL, for changing my life" – reunion celebrates great science and great scientists…

By Lindsay Brownell

Alumni

C. diff bacterium

Fighting bacteria – with viruses

Molecular switch enables viruses to destroy C.diff bacteria – potential alternative to antibiotics…

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

Forty things that make EMBL – Part 1

As the Lab turns 40, staff and alumni share 40 things that make EMBL, EMBL…

By Adam Gristwood

Lab Matters

Forty things that make EMBL – Part 2

As the Lab turns 40, staff and alumni share 40 things that make EMBL, EMBL…

By Adam Gristwood

Lab Matters

Illustration: Aad Goudappel, Rotterdam

Five for the future

Scientists from EMBL's five sites reflect on the opportunities and challenges that might lie ahead…

By Adam Gristwood

Lab Matters

3D structure of Mycobacterium tuberculosis’ enzyme PriA

Two in one

In a paper published online today in PNAS, scientists from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Hamburg, Germany, reveal new insights into the workings of enzymes from a group of bacteria including Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacterium that causes tuberculosis. The new findings…

By Guest author(s)

Science

This image shows the three-dimensional structure of Death-Associated Protein Kinase (green and yellow) when bound to calmodulin (violet and blue). It was obtained by X-ray crystallography. Image credit: Mathias Wilmanns / EMBL

How to shoot the messenger

Cells rely on a range of signalling systems to communicate with each other and to control their own internal workings. Scientists from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Hamburg, Germany, have now found a way to hack into a vital communications system, raising the possibility of…

By Guest author(s)

Science

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