Tips and Tricks for Scientists
Want to make your course application stand out from the rest? Follow these tips on how to help make sure your next application is a success!
Find out some how to get started with conference sketchnoting, what tools to use, and how to use your sketch notes to benefit you and your work.
Learn how to avoid rejection and increase your chances of publication by choosing the right journal from the beginning.
Find out how you can increase your chances of getting selected for a short talk at your next conference, by answering 4 basic questions.
Ever wanted to connect with scientists at conferences but don’t know how to approach them? Find out how speed networking could help!
Giving a presentation but not sure where to begin? Julian Rayner from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute has tips to help get you on your way!
Want some tips on designing your scientific poster? Lars Steinmetz from EMBL Heidelberg tells you how to make a good scientific poster great!
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Our cutting-edge courses cover topics including bioinformatics, next-generation sequencing, molecular biology, and microscopy, teaching new methods and techniques and from leaders in the field.
Are you interested in organising a course at EMBL? Find out more about the ins and outs of running a course at EMBL from start to finish, including all of the great benefits that go along with it.
Exhibitors at the 2015 EMBO|EMBL Symposium 'Seeing is Believing - Imaging the Processes of Life' share their experience on the benefits of exhibiting at the EMBL Advanced Training Centre in Heidelberg, Germany.
Hear what speakers including Nobel Prize Laureates Eric Betzig, William E. Moerner and Stefan E. Hell, have to say about the challenges and future of microscopy.
Over 300 participants and 24 invited speakers met to discuss topics ranging from tool development to biological applications, and computational drug design to synthetic chemistry.
Top researchers in the field came together to discuss the use of Microfluidics and Lab-on-a-Chip technologies in biology, sparking scientific exchange across different disciplines.
Bringing people together from diverse disciplines to exchange ideas, promote cross-disciplinary collaborations and form a synthesis of appropriate systems-level approaches.