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13 June 2017

Senses: Fathoming fear

Science EMBL’s Cornelius Gross wants to understand fear responses and the brain circuitry that governs them

2017

science

5 May 2017

Welcome: Jamie Hackett

Science Meet Monterotondo’s new group leader for epigenetic reprogramming and inheritance, Jamie Hackett

2017

science

30 August 2016 Francesco Iorio, an EMBL-EBI/Sanger Interdisciplinary Postdoc and now a senior bioinformatician at EMBL-EBI, strives to be "a great dad, as well as a great researcher". PHOTO: Robert Slowley

Postdocs of EMBL

Lab Matters Turning the spotlight on the diverse universe of EMBL’s 200-strong postdoc community

2016

lab-matters

7 April 2016

Welcome: Hiroki Asari

Science Why does a cookie look different depending on how hungry you are? Neuroscientist Asari wants to find out

2016

science

17 December 2015

What’s on in 2016

Events With 28 conferences and 57 courses, 2016 will be EMBL’s most eventful year to date.

2015

events

25 November 2015

Humans of EMBL

Lab Matters Compelling short stories that shine light on the life and work of EMBL staff.

2015

lab-matters

24 August 2015

Cellular synergy

Events Alumnus Thomas Vaccari reflects on the first joint symposium with EMBL Monterotondo, in Milan.

2015

events

13 July 2015

EIPOD goes cubic

Lab Matters EI3POD: flagship interdisciplinary postdoc programme opens its doors to academia and industry.

2015

lab-matters

16 February 2015

Fight or flight?

Events EMBL Insight Lecture – Why do we do what we do? – now available to view online.

2015

events

26 January 2015 ILLUSTRATION: AAD GOUDAPPEL

Cell control in a flash

Science From using light to control brain activity to illuminating fruit fly development and mice’s sense of touch

2015

science

9 December 2014 A bundle of nerves that relays information from touch receptors on the skin to the spinal cord and ultimately the brain, imaged with the new technique. IMAGE: EMBL/L.CASTALDI

Delighting in detail

Science Unprecedented detail in images of mouse neurons thanks to new SNAP-tagging microscopy technique.

2014

science

8 July 2014 Head of EMBL Monterotondo, Philip Avner, makes a toast.

Buon Compleanno!

Alumni EMBL Monterotondo celebrates double anniversary with fun, fireworks, festa and familiar faces

2014

alumni

1 July 2014 Vasily Sysoev

Back to school

Lab Matters School ambassadors show next generation that scientists are more ‘role model’ than ‘mad professor’

2014

lab-matters

1 July 2014 Illustration: Aad Goudappel, Rotterdam

Five for the future

Lab Matters Scientists from EMBL's five sites reflect on the opportunities and challenges that might lie ahead

2014

lab-matters

10 November 2013

What are you scared of?

Science What do bullies and sex have in common? Based on work by scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Monterotondo, Italy, it seems that the same part of the brain reacts to both. In a study published today in Nature Neuroscience, the researchers found that – at least in…

2013

science

21 July 2011 Microglia (green) in a mouse brain. The nuclei of all cells in the brain are labelled blue. Credit: EMBL/ R.Paolicelli

Gardening in the brain

Science Gardeners know that some trees require regular pruning: some of their branches have to be cut so that others can grow stronger. The same is true of the developing brain: cells called microglia prune the connections between neurons, shaping how the brain is wired, scientists at the European…

2011

science

21 September 2009 This microscopy image, taken ten days after injury, shows that the muscle fibres of normal mice (left) had re-grown, while in mice which couldn’t boost C/EBPβ production (right) there were still many fibres that had not regenerated (arrowheads), and the tissue had a number of scars (arrows).

To regenerate muscle, cellular garbage men must become builders

Science For scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Monterotondo, Italy, what seemed like a disappointing result turned out to be an important discovery. Their findings, published online this week in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), provide…

2009

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