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Toadlet peptide transforms into a deadly weapon against bacteria
EMBL becomes newest Instruct Centre
Homage to a vital tool
It’s like a party in your brain
In kefir, microbial teamwork makes dream work
Cells in holiday spirit
First powder over EMBL Grenoble
EMBL Scientific Visitor Programme opens eyes and doors
Heating proteins to understand how genes work
EMBL group leader Miki Ebisuya receives ERC Consolidator Grant
Seeing deeper inside cells
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative recognises EMBL scientists
Scratching surface on cell differentiation
Tackling tropical diseases
EMBL facilities support development of RNA vaccines
Rainbow over Hanseatic city
Science and society: global youth activism
Replication cycle of SARS-CoV-2 in 3D
Sharing our vision for future
Understanding malaria
Scientists identify synthetic mini-antibody to combat COVID-19
Should I run, or should I not? neural basis of aggression and flight
Party at nucleus?
EOSC: shaping Europe’s digital future
Open data sharing accelerates COVID-19 research
Ecological lawn mowers
EMBL forms new collaborations in France
Taking charge by seeking ways to achieve gender balance
Repurposing drugs for a pan-coronavirus treatment
Respecting diversity: role of scientist
Seeing evolution happening before your eyes
How deadly parasites ‘glide’ into human cells
EMBL strengthens collaboration with Spanish research
Beyond lens – microscopy at EMBL Rome
Revolutionary genome editing tool recognised by Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Deep learning captures cell cycle
Time heals all wounds
New partnership in Lithuania
Nordic EMBL Partnership: supporting national research
Colourful test tubes
Dinosaurs, dodos, and future of life on Earth
A bloom of crystals
Scientists receive prestigious ERC Starting Grants
Nuclear pores in their natural context
How to remove unwanted components from cell nucleus
An organoid cell atlas to enhance biomedical research
Eat more to grow more arms…if you’re a sea anemone
A luminous larval love light