11 May 2023
EMBL´s new permanent exhibition ‘The World of Molecular Biology’ in Heidelberg is now open for registration. The exhibition takes the visitor on a journey of scales, from genomes to ecosystems, and introduces key imaging technologies.
3 April 2023
Home to some of Europe’s most cutting-edge tools in molecular biology, EMBL has long shared its expertise and access to these tools through an extensive repertoire of courses, conferences, seminars, and other training. And now included in this mix is a job shadowing programme at EMBL Imaging…
24 August 2022
Picture of the week
EMBL’s imaging centre makes advanced microscopy technologies accessible to the international scientific community.
9 August 2022
The EMBL Lautenschläger summer school, held 4–15 Jul 2022, introduced students from a range of scientific backgrounds to interdisciplinary life science research.
5 July 2022
Creating a cutting-edge facility for the global life science community doesn't happen overnight. We spoke to some of those who worked to turn this dream into a reality.
1 July 2022
Representatives from politics, industry and academia attended the inauguration ceremony at EMBL Heidelberg
5 May 2022
EMBL’s first Imaging Centre Symposium will occur onsite at EMBL and include tours of the new Imaging Centre on 31 May, introducing participants to the facility and its staff and featuring talks on the rapid developments in imaging technologies that have led to notable biological and medical…
2 March 2022
The new permanent ‘The World of Molecular Biology’ exhibition will open in mid-2023 at EMBL’s headquarters in Heidelberg. It will encourage people to actively engage with science and its relevance for everyday life.
24 January 2022
The new EMBL Imaging Centre held its first on-site training workshop, introducing undergraduate students to the basics of volume electron microscopy. This marks the first of many opportunities to aid capacity-building in imaging techniques in Europe.
3 December 2021
The new EMBL Imaging Centre has announced its first open user call, and new project evaluation process and training opportunities.
12 November 2021
Correlative microscopy service enables PhD student from Switzerland to study structure and location of proteins cells use to communicate.
30 August 2021
Giulia Zanetti from the Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology (ISMB) in London explains how the collaboration with the Cryo-Electron Microscopy Service Platform enabled her group to reveal the structure of protein transport complexes.
6 July 2021
The EMBL Imaging Centre is preparing for external user access, after an on-time and on-budget build and handover to the science team.
18 January 2021
The EMBL Imaging Centre is scheduled to open in 2021 with Timo Zimmermann as Team Leader for advanced light microscopy technology development and service provision.
12 January 2021
EMBL’s sites in Grenoble, Hamburg, and Heidelberg form the newest Instruct Centre. The new centre offers users access to a broad range of state-of-the-art facilities.
8 December 2020
Picture of the week
With the external scaffolding removed, another step in the construction of the EMBL Imaging Centre is complete. Now we get a first glimpse of the final look of this stunning building.
24 August 2020
The new team leader offering services in electron microscopy discusses his hopes and plans for the forthcoming EMBL Imaging Centre
21 July 2020
Picture of the week
The image shows one of the four rows of roof lights above the atrium, which is the main public space of the Imaging Centre.
18 December 2019
Celebrating the construction progress with a traditional German ceremony
17 December 2019
EMBL’s Jan Ellenberg reflects on the process of forming a European research infrastructure
2 December 2019
Unique long-term collaboration agreement to provide new imaging technologies
2 July 2019
The BioImage Archive - EMBL-EBI's first dedicated imaging data resource
8 April 2019
New head of ORD will build and expand the partnerships that help EMBL achieve its ambitions
1 April 2019
Foundation stone ceremony for world-class high-resolution microscopy centre in Heidelberg
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