Welcome to EMBL Australia

In 2008 Australia became an associate member of EMBL, the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Europe’s flagship for the life sciences.


Membership gives Australia the opportunity to internationalise our life science research: introducing our best young researchers to new networks and tools for life sciences. and enables Australia to create highly competitive research teams networked across the nation and with Europe.

EMBL Australia was created to maximise the benefits of Australia’s associate membership of EMBL and does so via research projects, infrastructure and training programs across Australia, embedding powerful new enabling tools such as bioinformatics and systems biology in Australian life science.

EMBL Australia plans to work with its members and others to create a total of 18 to 20 research groups around Australia – offering hosting institutions access to the scientific excellence and scientific governance which drives EMBL and EMBL Australia.

News

  • 24.07.14 EMBL Australia in July
    Life sciences melting-pot in Canberra; call now open to host our bio data resource; life science events and training
  • 24.07.14 Open for business – SAHMRI launches its science
    Scientists from all over the world converged on the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) in late June as the institute celebrated its opening with four days of public and scientific talks at the SAHMRI Scientific Launch.
  • 10.07.14 Enhancing access to enabling tools for life sciences
    Expressions of interest have opened for development and operation of Bioinformatics Resource Australia – EMBL (BRAEMBL) and will close on 31 July.
  • 16.06.14 EMBL Australia in June
    The EMBL model – 40 years young and still supporting early career researchers and students

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