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The Annual Report is published once a year in July after having been approved by EMBL Council. In 2015, it moved from covering the past academic year to covering the past calendar year, including research highlights from all EMBL Units, important organisational and strategic aspects, and the Director General's responses to the Scientific Advisory Committee reviews of EMBL Scientific Units that were carried out during that year.
EMBL-EBI Annual Scientific Report
The EMBL-EBI Annual Scientific Reports present an in-depth account of our work at EMBL-EBI. We provide facts and figures on how EMBL-EBI resources are used, where our funding comes from, who is on staff, and what has been happening in all of our teams.
In 2014, EMBLetc evolved from a bi-monthly newsletter into a dynamic website, quarterly print magazine, and monthly e-newsletter where you can read about our research, get a glimpse of life in the lab, follow the pursuits of alumni, keep up with innovations in training, and get the inside scoop on conferences and other events.
EMBL brochures are regularly updated to provide current information on EMBL programmes, facilities and services.
EMBL general and unit overview brochures
EMBL overview brochure
EMBL Heidelberg (map and shuttle service)
EMBL Hamburg in brief (map)
EMBL Monterotondo in brief (map)
EMBL-EBI Overview (leaf through the brochure)
Molecular Medicine Partnership Unit (MMPU)
EMBL internal training programmes
From molecules to organisms...
...is a permanent exhibition at the EMBL Advanced Training Centre in Heidelberg, Germany. It presents snapshots of EMBL science, inviting you to explore the wide spectrum of life science research carried out in Europe’s leading laboratory for molecular biology.
Science in School magazine
Science in School aims to promote inspiring science teaching by encouraging communication among science teachers, scientists and all others involved in European science education. The non-profit journal is published and funded by EIROforum and is based at EMBL Heidelberg, Germany.
EMBL’s activities are planned in five-year cycles and outlined in the EMBL Programme. Developed internally with input from people across the organisation, the EMBL Programme is reviewed by our Scientific Advisory Committee and approved by EMBL Council.
Scientific Visitor Programme
The EMBL Scientific Visitor Programme is part of the EMBL International Centre for Advanced Training and provides visiting scientists with logistical and organisational support, to make their stay at EMBL a pleasant and productive experience.
Career opportunities at EMBL
EMBL is an equal opportunity employer offering attractive conditions and benefits appropriate to an international research organisation. All employees benefit from excellent working conditions, a young and international atmosphere and a high-quality infrastructure of social services.