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News 2014

The mental maps of bees

Randolf Menzel is Professor Emeritus of Neurobiology at the Free University of Berlin in Germany. Since he first started investigating insects almost 50 years ago, P...

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Discovery Centre Opens in Dundee

On the 1st October, Sir Paul Nurse , Nobel Laureate, President of The Royal Society of London, and EMBO Secretary General, officially opened the new £26 mi...

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EMBO and Poland

Members of the Polish EMBO community presented their research at the BIO 2014 Congress in Warsaw

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The FEBS-EMBO Anniversary Conference 2014

The FEBS-EMBO Anniversary Conference hosted by the French Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SFBBM) took place in Paris from 30 August...

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A whole new arena of questions

Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz is a tenured investigator at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, United States. Her research focuses on visualisation,...

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Darwin in the desert

DARWIN21 – a project in Saudi Arabia to engineer plants and to secure world food production

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Science meets policy and politics

Highlights from the EMBO | EMBL Anniversary Science and Policy Meeting

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Breakthrough research

Michael N. Hall, Professor of Biochemistry at the Biozentrum of the University of Basel, is one of the winners of the 2014 Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences. He rece...

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Life Sciences in India – on the right track

The past twenty years have seen tremendous changes in the life science sector in India. New initiatives have helped to build basic science, est...

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From targeted to multitargeted cancer treatments

EMBO Member Alexander Levitzki, Professor of Biochemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, pioneered the generation of tyrosin...

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