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New method using silica-based columns simplifies the extraction of DNA – and RNA-protein complexes. IMAGE: Adobe stock

New way to isolate DNA- and RNA-protein complexes

EMBL researchers develop method that simplifies the isolation of DNA- and RNA- protein complexes

By Berta Carreño


Artist's impression of data from molecular layers

Personalised medicine: one data type is not enough

New computational method uses multi-omics analysis for personalised medicine

By Oana Stroe


A 2D dataset reconstructed to show the protein's 3D quality, using the newly developed software

New software makes 3D imaging accessible

Open-source software allows standard microscopes to accurately image 3D structures

By Emma Steer


Examples of e-HCFM 3D-images imaged using the technique

New technique for imaging the life aquatic

New method for 3D imaging microorganisms lends insight into the creatures that inhabit our oceans

By Sarah B. Puschmann


Revathi Nathaniel, UX expert at EMBL-EBI.

UX toolkit aids industry R&D

Exploring the potential of user experience for life sciences through industry workshops

By Oana Stroe


Illuminating insulin release

EMBL researchers develop an optical method for measuring the release of insulin from single cells

By Edward Dadswell


Artist's interpretation of the mouse epigenetic clock.

A race against the ageing clock

EMBL-EBI researchers identify mouse epigenetic clock that could help scientists understand ageing

By Oana Stroe


Unlocking the secrets of nuclear movements

EMBL researchers develop a computer model to explore the movement of nuclei in a multinuclear cell

By Edward Dadswell


Metabolism matters

Differentiated and undifferentiated cells get energy in different ways, sensor made at EMBL shows

By Sonia Furtado Neves


Lipids in real time

A new technique developed at EMBL reveals the way fats interact with other molecules in cells

By Edward Dadswell



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