How do E.coli and similar bacteria grow safely? By using barrel-plugs as sensors.
Announcing winners of the John Kendrew Young Scientist Award, and inaugural Lennart Philipson Award.
Compound that can restore the function of poorly working mitochondria, with therapeutic potential.
EMBL Hamburg celebrates four decades of vision, pioneering research and beamline services.
Unprecedented detail in images of mouse neurons thanks to new SNAP-tagging microscopy technique.
Employee number 47 retires, leaving behind a legacy that intricately linked her life with EMBL.
Find answers to 40 of your questions about life, the Lab and everything!
Genome-based insights into evolution of malaria-carrying Anopheles mosquitoes.
In two months, 2.3 million diffraction images collected on new, fully automated ESRF/EMBL beamline.
Largest collection of helminth genomic data ever assembled, in new open-access WormBase ParaSite.
Workshops, seminars and honorary lectures – strong start for EMBL’s newest associate member state.
First complete picture of flu virus polymerase. A story of two decades of blood, sweat and sneezes.
Which courses and conferences will you attend in 2015? EMBL’s annual event calendar: out now!
Appetite to ZzZzZzZ… bite-sized highlights from this year’s Science and Society conference.