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Philipp Keller’s work imaged the early development of a zebrafish embryo using light sheet microscopy

A physical revolution

EMBL physicist-turned-biologist alumni win 2017 Kendrew and Phillipson awards…

By Guest author(s)

Alumni

high-resolution nucleosome structure

Solving the nucleosome: twenty years on

Tim Richmond looks back on the work that revealed the high-resolution structure of the nucleosome…

By Edward Dadswell

Events

EMBL to open new site in Barcelona

Spanish government and EMBL sign agreement for new site…

By Sonia Furtado Neves

Lab Matters

When microbes feed each other

Cooperate or compete? Microbes show us that getting along is the better choice for communities.…

By Anne Korn

Science

Embracing cellular complexity

Cell biologists "underestimate the complexity" of protein interactions, says Toby Gibson.…

By Lindsay Brownell

Science

Setting the standard for computer models of life

In the December 6 issue of Nature Biotechnology, scientists from 14 different organizations around the world, including the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute, propose a new quality standard for biochemical models. MIRIAM [for Minimum information requested in the annotation of biochemical…

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Lab Matters

A new way to share models of biological systems

Today sees the launch of BioModels, the world’s first database of annotated biological models. BioModels is the result of a collaboration led by the European Bioinformatics Institute (UK) and the SBML Team, an international group that develops opensource standards to describe biological…

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Science

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