17 November 2023
The TREC expedition has come to the end of its first phase. The last superstop of 2023 was hosted by CIIMAR in Porto and, despite the adverse weather conditions, included many scientific and public engagement activities.
16 November 2023
The newest issue of our online magazine dives deep into a critical research direction in developmental biology, structures of promiscuous proteins, EMBL’s newest service offerings in field research, and much, much more.
18 October 2023
Elena Conti will discuss how cells control the life and death of mRNA molecules at the 2023 annual Kafatos Lecture on 20 October in Munich.
9 October 2023
EMBL Rome celebrated the European Researchers’ Night by participating in an event organised at the CNR Campus in Montelibretti.
13 September 2023
Learn more about the game-based workshop that lets participants experience what it feels like to be a researcher on the TREC expedition.
24 August 2023
Elena Conti will discuss how cells control the life and death of mRNA molecules at the next annual Kafatos Lecture on 20 October in Munich.
15 May 2023
First published in 1999 as a black-and-white printed newsletter for EMBL staff and alumni, EMBLetc. has undergone many transformations in its 24 years of existence.
15 May 2023
Veli Vural Uslu, winner of the 2023 John Kendrew award, chats about his journey in science and his adventures in science communication. Uslu is the writer, director, and organiser of various science-themed theatre plays, and the founder of TAP (The Awesome Potatoes) Science Theater Heidelberg.
29 March 2023
Two former EMBL scientists have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to the fields of science communication and multiple sequence alignment research, respectively.
16 January 2023
We look back through some of the 2022 highlights from the Darwin Tree of Life project.
18 November 2022
The biannual magazine that highlights EMBL’s research, people, and projects now has a new online home.
3 October 2022
EMBL´s Inaugural Kafatos Lecture brings outstanding science to the global public. The 2022 lecture will be delivered by EMBL alumnus and distinguished developmental geneticist Denis Duboule and will focus on ‘Evolution and Embryonic Development: The Complex Story of our Dual Origins’.
20 June 2022
A closer look at how genome sequencing is helping us protect biodiversity and our latest public engagement activities
16 December 2021
EMBL alumnus Denis Duboule has been selected as the speaker for the inaugural Kafatos Lecture to take place in October 2022.
9 June 2021
New software enables scientists to visualise RNA secondary structures using the world’s largest RNA structure dataset.
8 November 2019
On microbiomes, public engagement and not being boring
8 August 2019
Images by EMBL researchers are included in an art–science exhibition in a Barcelona Metro station.
6 August 2019
Schoolchildren get creative with 3D protein structures
4 July 2019
Setting up a kids coding club - where to start
28 March 2006
Science is moving more rapidly than ever; one groundbreaking discovery chases the next at an incredible speed. School teachers have trouble keeping up with the pace, and many pupils call science classes “boring”. Today, Europe’s major research organisations launch Science in…
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