• Antibiotic insight may help in battle against 'superbugs'

    News / 18 July 2017

    EMBL Australia Group Leader Associate Professor Cryle co-led a team of researchers who have identified a key part of the process by which a common clinical antibiotic is formed – a finding that could potentially pave the way for novel compounds to tackle the problem of bacterial resistance. With 'superbugs' responsible for around 700,000 deaths globally a year, new types of antibiotics are urgently needed.
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  • EMBL Australia Annual Report (January - December 2016)

    Annual Reports / 18 July 2017

    EMBL Australia has continued to thrive as a research organisation with strong local and international linkages. In 2016, the Partner Laboratory Network almost doubled in size, with four new and promising early-career researchers establishing their laboratories at our existing host institutes and more institutes coming on board, and we continued to strengthen ties between the international and Australian research communities.
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - May 2017

    Newsletters / 2 May 2017

    News this quarter:

    • Ancient DNA expert Professor Alan Cooper to give public address at the EMBL Australia PhD Course on 12 July 2017
    • Swiss researcher Dr Harald Janovjak announced as a new EMBL Australia group leader
    • Join EMBL for their first alumni event to be held in Australia
    • EMBL’s Head of Electron Microscopy Core Facility, Dr Yannick Schwab, will present at EMBL Australia’s PhD Course
    • Gaus group researchers have developed a sensor to measure membrane charges in live cells
    • The Davidovich group has further enhanced our knowledge on how genes are regulated

    And more:

    • Student opportunities
    • Upcoming events
    • Job opportunities
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  • Student Opportunities

    News / 28 April 2017

    Opportunities are available for students interested in the EMBL Australia PhD Course, travel grants for PhD students and postdoctoral fellows and financial support for the 19th EMBL PhD Symposium in Heidelberg.
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