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Protein-inspired painting. Credit: Charlotte Agnew.
22 Dec 2020

Discover the wonderful world of proteins: first virtual PDB Art exhibition

Inspired by the macromolecular structures in the Protein Data Bank in Europe, schoolchildren create exquisite artworks for virtual exhibition Read more

Eulalia clavigera
18 Dec 2020

Darwin Tree of Life: looking back on 2020

Despite restrictions, 2020 has been a busy year for the Darwin Tree of Life Project. We take a look at some of this year’s achievements and highlights.    Read more

Portrait of John Marioni in EBI South Building
08 Dec 2020

John Marioni honoured by prestigious Blavatnik Awards

John Marioni, named finalist in the annual Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in the United Kingdom Read more

IMEx coronavirus interactome
04 Dec 2020

First curated coronavirus interactome released

Using expertise gained from 15 years of protein interaction data collection, the IMEx Consortium has curated the coronavirus interactome    Read more

Haemoglobin structure hovering above dots symbolising neural network
04 Dec 2020

Solving the protein structure puzzle

How artificial intelligence can help us solve the mysteries of the protein universe Read more

John Marioni, Head of Research at EMBL-EBI
30 Nov 2020

EMBL-EBI appoints John Marioni as new Head of Research

John Marioni set to take over as Head of Research, shaping the future direction of EMBL-EBI’s computational research portfolio  Read more

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