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Melting reveals drug targets in a living organism

EMBL scientists identify drug targets in blood and organs

By Patrick Mueller

Science

Alessandro Ori in the lab

Decoding ageing

The naked mole-rat as a model organism in ageing research

By Cella Carr

Alumni

A visualisation of a membraneless organelle in the green-yellow style of the data presented in the Nature Communications paper

ATP affects proteome-wide solubility

Scientists develop technology to measure how ATP concentration affects protein solubility in cells

By Josh Tapley

Science

E. coli bacteria colored in heat gradient. IMAGE: Aleksandra Krolik / EMBL

Melting bacteria to decipher antibiotic resistance

EMBL scientists investigate how bacteria melt to study their reaction to drugs

By Iris Kruijen

Science

Futures: The dark proteome

ERC grantee Edward Lemke shares his vision for the next ten years

By Edward Dadswell

Science

Futures: Brain evolution

ERC grantee Detlev Arendt shares his vision for the next ten years

By Edward Dadswell

Science

Turning up the heat on drug side effects

Side-effects of leukaemia drug explained, reveal possibility of repurposing to treat other diseases

By Adam Gristwood

Science

Mikhail Savitski. PHOTO: Marietta Schupp/EMBL Photolab

Welcome to EMBL: Mikhail Savitski

New head of Proteomics Core Facility also runs stability proteomics lab

By Margaux Phares

Science

Powering proteomics progress

EMBL alumnus Angus Lamond is driving forward new ways to explore the proteome

By Mary Todd Bergman

Alumni

Christian Boulin Fellowship

New Christian Boulin Fellowship: 15 awards of up to €1500 for visitors to EMBL’s Core Facilities.

By Chloe Cross

Lab Matters

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