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News 2013

Science live for Russian high-school students

A two-week Summer School in the Russian research centre Pushchino proved to be a life-changing event for some of the eighty high-school student...

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Exploring new territory

Vishva Dixit is Vice President of Physiological Chemistry at Genentech. In the 1990s, Dr. Dixit and colleagues made a series of discoveries at the ...

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Announcing EMBO Press

Previous articles in EMBOencounters explored important topics in scientific publishing related to peer review, editorial processes and the merits of journal impact fac...

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Constructive interference

Olivier Voinnet is Professor and Chair of RNA Biology at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich as well as Directeur de recherche Détaché du Centre Na...

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An insatiable curiosity - interview with EMBO Member Cédric Blanpain

Cédric Blanpain is a professor of stem cell and developmental biology at the Free University of Brussels. His original...

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EMBO to celebrate 50th anniversary in 2014

2014 is the 50th anniversary of EMBO and a full programme of events and activities are planned throu...

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New prize for cancer research

The BEUG FOUNDATION FOR METASTASIS RESEARCH is accepting applications for the METASTASIS PRIZE. Scientists are still trying to understand how cancer spreads fr...

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Under one roof

The newly founded Berlin Institute of Health is poised to be one of the leading institutes for health research in Europe.


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Institute of Functional Genomics, Lyon, moves to new building

Researchers at The Institute of Functional Genomics in Lyon, France, moved into a...

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The limits of privacy

Bartha Knoppers is a professor of law from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and an international...

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