Grenoble, 13 April 2021 Structural biology at EMBL: driving technology development Scientific breakthroughs are often only made possible by innovative technological developments. Florent Cipriani, who recently retired as Head of the Instrumentation Team after a long career at EMBL Grenoble, is one of the pioneers of instrumentation development in structural biology, creating ingenious inventions with worldwide impact.
Hinxton, 12 April 2021 The value of open data for Latin American science Scientists from the CABANA project explore how open data is benefiting global research efforts. CABANA is a project run by an international consortium of ten organisations – nine in Latin America, plus EMBL-EBI in the UK. The aim is to strengthen bioinformatics capacity across Latin America.
Grenoble, 6 April 2021 From molecules to ecosystems: EMBL and IAB sign memorandum of understanding The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) and the Institute for Advanced Biosciences (IAB, a joint research centre of Inserm, the CNRS, and Université Grenoble Alpes) have signed a memorandum of understanding, formalising a 15-year collaboration between the two institutes. This collaboration strengthens Grenoble as a European research centre in the life sciences.