Emiko Uchikawa in her lab at EMBL in Grenoble. IMAGE: Isabelle Kling/EMBL

Found in translation

Studying at EMBL in Grenoble helps Japanese postdoc see her native country through different eyes

By Isabelle Kling


How cells bag their rubbish

How cells eliminate protein deposits that can lead to neurodegenerative disorders

By Sonia Furtado Neves


Hugo Sarmento aboard Tara. PHOTO: Tara Oceans/Hugo Sarmento

Supporting science at sea

Dozens of postdocs boosted their careers with a voyage aboard the Tara Oceans research schooner

By Isabelle Kling


EMBL scientists are discovering and understanding the waves and rhythms inside us. ILLUSTRATION: Aad Goudappel, Rotterdam

The rhythms in life

How EMBL scientists are discovering and understanding the waves and rhythms inside us

By Sam Lemonick


Finding the way with X-Ray

New technique uses X-rays to find landmarks when combining fluorescence and electron microscopy

By Giorgia Guglielmi


PHOTO: Pixabay (CC0 Public Domain)

Childcare at EMBL events

EMBL PlayLab now available at 22 conferences hosted in Heidelberg

By Julie Heinecke


The 3D atomic structure of RNA Polymerase III completes the family album. IMAGE: EMBL/N.Hoffmann

Pol III: Completing the family album

CryoEM solves 3D atomic structure of largest and most elusive RNA polymerase.

By Rosemary Wilson


Sue Lee at EMBL-EBI Open Day 2015

Building a career in bioinformatics

Annual EMBL-EBI Open Day showcases bioinformatics services, training and career opportunities.

By Katrina Costa


One hard pull

Fibres that pull membrane to form a vesicle exert a force that’s 2500 times a yeast cell’s own weight

By Sonia Furtado Neves


Nobel connections

Amidst the excitement of Nobel Week, behind the scenes of the annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.

By Guest author(s)

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