• Powering cell transport by chance

    News / 22 January 2024

    New insights into long-haul transport of molecular cargo in mammalian cell lines have been revealed with super-resolution microscopy in a study led by EMBL Australia group leader Dr Vaishnavi Ananthanarayanan.

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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - December 2023

    Newsletters / 8 December 2023

    News this quarter:

    • Three group leaders awarded ARC Discovery Project grants
    • Are you EMBL Australia’s next Chief Operating Officer?
    • Strengthening our European connections to EMBL & beyond
    • Students praise “life-changing” PhD Course at ANU
    • A spin-out company to transform regenerative medicine
    • New malaria vaccine important step towards eradication
    • Students take centre stage at postgraduate symposium
    • Engineering ancestral antibiotics for future superbug treatments

    And more:

    • Job opportunities
    • Student opportunities
    • Upcoming events
    • Recent publications
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  • Engineering ancestral antibiotics for the future

    News / 4 December 2023

    EMBL Australia group leader Professor Max Cryle was part of an international team that reconstructed ancestral antibiotics to learn more about how they work in order to produce new antibiotics to combat the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance. Published in Nature Communications, this vital information will inform the development of next-generation superbug treatments.

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