A finalised list of groups and teams that are able to host new fellows in the first ARISE call (Autumn 2020) will be published here by the end of June 2020.
EMBL groups are developing technologies in imaging, chemical biology, computational modelling, microfluidics, robotics, X-ray optics, high-precision mechanics, data acquisition, automation, bioinformatics and software development, and integrated structural biology.
EMBL runs several engineering teams, which support researchers in designing instruments and exploring new challenges in instrumentation. The EMBL Imaging Centre, scheduled to begin operations in 2021, will provide access to the latest technologies in light and electron microscopy, alongside data analysis facilities and expert support. This will allow scientists from academia and industry to use and develop new microscopy techniques to visualise the smallest building blocks of life, and thus its fundamental processes.
To find out more about the groups and teams that are part of the ARISE programme, see the overview of ARISE groups and partner organisations below.