27 November 2023
An interdisciplinary collaboration between Hamburg scientists has yielded new insights into the structure and function of a heat-resistant enzyme from an exotic microbe. In this interview, EMBL Hamburg’s Matthias Wilmanns and TUHH’s Garo Antranikian discuss how their collaboration developed and…
11 January 2023
Rob Finn, one of the co-chairs of the Microbial Ecosystems theme, discusses his work, the challenges of multidisciplinary research, and how the theme is already helping to promote the exchange of scientific ideas.
21 December 2022
Lab Matters, Picture of the week
To identify which drugs disrupt bacterial envelope integrity, the Typas group uses a molecule called chlorophenyl red-β-D-galactopyranoside.
4 January 2022
Researchers have identified hundreds of new bacterial species and viruses in the human skin microbiome.
10 November 2021
A vast, curated collection of bacterial genomes is now organised, searchable and open to the community.
4 January 2021
Researchers discovered the dominant species of bacteria in kefir grains cannot endure without other species that help the 'team' survive.
18 October 2019
Funding awarded to EMBL-EBI for tuberculosis monitoring tool
27 September 2018
Meet the organisers of EMBO’s first course on molecular geobiology
19 March 2018
EMBL scientists show how to grow a wide range of gut bacteria in the lab
4 March 2010
The thousands of bacteria, fungi and other microbes that live in our gut are essential contributors to our good health. They break down toxins, manufacture some vitamins and essential amino acids, and form a barrier against invaders. A study published today in Nature shows that, at 3.3 million,…
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