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An ocean odyssey

A journalist who spent six weeks aboard Tara reflects on the expedition’s extraordinary outcomes.

By Guest author(s)

Science

Healthy bone marrow (left) vs. bone marrow of leukaemia patient (right). IMAGE: MEDIZINISCHEN HOCHSCHULE HANNOVER

From patients to the lab (and back)

Multidisciplinary research provides clues to new treatments for deadly form of leukaemia in children

By Anne Korn

Science

To train T-cells to recognise our own body, cells in the thymus express different combinations of 'extra' genes. IMAGE: EMBL/P.RIEDINGER

Know your cells

How T-cells are trained on what not to kill

By Sonia Furtado Neves

Science

Destination collaboration

Stanford University biophysicist KC Huang on his collaboration with the Typas group in Heidelberg.

By Adam Gristwood

Science

Pathways: In the prime of life

Karin Sasaki is helping bridge the gap between quantitative and life science at EMBL.

By Chloe Cross

Lab Matters

Bypassing errors

Coin toss inspires CorMap: a new statistical test that sidesteps need for error estimation.

By Rosemary Wilson

Science

Team spirit in the genome

Go Team Genome! New method reveals genetic teamwork in drosophila genome.

By Dan Jones

Science

No humans required

New fully automated technique enables scientists to chart complex protein networks in living cells.

By Dan Jones

Science

Where and when are different molecules contributing to the bending of the membrane? IMAGE: EMBL/A. Picco

Best of three worlds

Combining three different kinds of microscopy to determine how molecules move during endocytosis.

By Sonia Furtado Neves

Science

How to crowdsource a paper

Tried and tested do's and don'ts of crowdsource writing.

By Sonia Furtado Neves

Science

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