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Member states

Map of Europe, highlighting Luxembourg

Luxembourg funds research collaborations with EMBL

2020 call now open for FNR funding of bilateral projects between EMBL and Luxembourg…

By Cella Carr

Lab Matters

mitf stammer

Understanding a key player in melanoma

A new paper describes a unique mechanism of partner selectivity in transcription factors.…

By Fabian Oswald

Science

Fostering links with Montenegro

Two recent events have expanded EMBL’s collaboration with one of its newest member states…

By Edward Dadswell

Events

Edith’s inauguration

Edith Heard is inaugurated as EMBL Director General…

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Events

Janka Motešická, a EUCYS 2018 prize winner

Slovakian teen scientist visits EMBL

Interview with Janka Motešická: a EUCYS 2018 prize winner…

By Doreen Feike

Lab Matters

Swiss day!

The 1700 people working at EMBL’s six sites come from more than 80 different countries. Many of them haven’t come straight from their home country to one of the EMBL sites but have also lived in other countries in between. While all of them are proud to work at EMBL they are also proud of…

By Mathias Jäger

Picture of the week

Representatives of Estonia and EMBL.

Estonia comes on board with prospect membership

Indrek Reimand discusses the life sciences in Estonia, a prospect member of EMBL.…

By Cella Carr

Lab Matters

Lithuanian flag

Sveika, Lietuva!

Lithuania becomes EMBL’s 27th member state…

By Josh Tapley

Lab Matters

group photo of Janna Saarela, Mark Daly, EMBL Director General Edith Heard, former EMBL Director General Iain Mattaj, Poul Nissen, Oliver Billker

Partners in the north

The Nordic EMBL Partnership directors discuss the value of collaborating across borders…

By Guest author(s)

Lab Matters

How EMBL partnerships promote collaboration

EMBL’s Plamena Markova reflects on the EMBL Partnership Programme…

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Lab Matters

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