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Portrait of Bastian Drees, Head of Library

Welcome: Bastian Drees

Bastian Drees is a biophysicist turned librarian, who joined EMBL in January as the new Head of Library. Here, he discusses the changing role of libraries and how they can help scientists organise and share their results.…

By Marius Bruer

Lab Matters

The librarians in the Szilárd Library

Marking 40 years of the Szilárd Library

The Szilárd Library celebrates its 40th anniversary on 20 November 2019.…

By Cella Carr

Lab Matters

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Facilitating transcontinental human data exchange

Federated data sharing will now be possible on an unprecedented scale…

By Georgia Hingston

Science

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The future of scientific publishing

Ioanna Ydraiou and Bernd Pulverer spoke about their view of challenges and opportunities of OA.…

By Patrick Mueller

Lab Matters

Open access at EMBL

Open access: transforming science

EMBL’s new open access policy aims to make EMBL research widely and freely accessible.…

By Mary Todd Bergman

Lab Matters

Become a member of Euro-BioImaging

Euro-BioImaging, the pan-European open access research infrastructure for biological and medical imaging technologies, invites leading European imaging facilities to submit proposals to participate. Applications to become a Euro-BioImaging node will be reviewed by a board of independent…

By Guest author(s)

Lab Matters

Euro-BioImaging will provide open access to state-of-the-art biological imaging techniques like fluorescence microscopy, which produced this snapshot of chromosomes (blue) being pulled apart in a dividing egg. Image credits: EMBL/ T. Kitajima

Better imaging from bench to bedside

From microscopy to computer tomography (CT) scans, imaging plays an important role in biological and biomedical research, but obtaining high-quality images often requires advanced technology and expertise, and can be costly. Euro-BioImaging, a project which launches its preparatory phase today,…

By Guest author(s)

Science

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