European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)
Laboratoire européen de biologie moléculaire
Europäisches Laboratorium für Molekularbiologie
1973-05-10 Geneva Switzerland
Established on signature of agreement by member states. Agreement ratified 4 Jul 1974, Heidelberg (Germany FR). Membership open only to members of F-XD3888 - European Molecular Biology Conference (EMBC).
Promote molecular biology across Europe; create a centre of excellence for Europe's leading young molecular biologists.
Events2022-11-07 | Heidelberg, Germany – Symposium on the Neurovascular Interface
2022-10-26 | Heidelberg, Germany – Symposium on Plasticity across Scales : from Molecules to Phenotypes
2022-10-12 | Heidelberg, Germany – Symposium on the Complex Life of RNA
2022-09-13 | Heidelberg, Germany – Symposium on Reconstructing the Human Past : Using Ancient and Modern Genomics
2022-07-17 | Heidelberg, Germany – Symposium on Innate Immunity in Host-Pathogen Interactions
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Council; Finance Committee; Scientific Advisory Committee; Director General, supported by Directorate. Main laboratory: Heidelberg (Germany). Outstations (4): Grenoble (France); Hamburg (Germany); Monterotondo (Italy); E-XK0942 - EMBL's European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), Hinxton (UK).
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