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Lighting the way

EMBL Hamburg celebrates four decades of vision, pioneering research and beamline…

By Rosemary Wilson

Events

What can your synchrotron do for you?

Life Science Nord event reveals how pharmaceutical companies use synchrotrons for their…

By Rosemary Wilson

Events

CSSB foundation stone ceremony

Research building for interdisciplinary Centre for Structural Systems Biology (CSSB) takes…

By Rosemary Wilson

Events

Matthias Wilmanns receives his membership certificate

Awards & Honours

EMBL scientists regularly receive prestigious awards - meet the latest…

By Chloe Cross

Lab Matters

Forty things that make EMBL – Part 2

As the Lab turns 40, staff and alumni share 40 things that make EMBL,…

By Adam Gristwood

Lab Matters

3D structure of Mycobacterium tuberculosis’ enzyme PriA

Two in one

In a paper published online today in PNAS, scientists from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Hamburg, Germany, reveal new insights…

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Science

This image shows the three-dimensional structure of Death-Associated Protein Kinase (green and yellow) when bound to calmodulin (violet and blue). It was obtained by X-ray crystallography. Image credit: Mathias Wilmanns / EMBL

How to shoot the messenger

Cells rely on a range of signalling systems to communicate with each other and to control their own internal workings. Scientists from the European…

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Science

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