Engagement Team Lead
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We work with journalists interested in research and services across EMBL’s six sites.
We can help you find experts, arrange interviews, filming requests, and visits, and anything else you might need for your story.
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This image is a composite of lateral pentascolopidial organs, a wing imaginal disc pouch, and an epithelial wound in a Drosophila larva. The organs are arranged here like eyelashes. Cells surroundi…Edit
As he enters retirement, Head of EMBL Rome Phil Avner reflects on his scientific career and memories from his time as Head of EMBL’s site in ItalyEdit
Researchers from all life science disciplines – from fundamental biological research to medical applications – generate immense datasets. Analysing these datasets and gaining new knowledge from the…Edit
A global team of researchers including the Flicek Team at EMBL-EBI has partnered up with the Māori tribe Ngātiwai to sequence the genome of the tuatara, a rare reptile endemic to New Zealand.Edit
This group of cells represents an interesting example of organ formation where cells simultaneously move and change their shapes in a highly coordinated manner.Edit