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European Molecular Biology Organization
Title: European Molecular Biology Organization
Title abbreviated: EMBO
Creator: EMBO = European Molecular Biology Organization <Heidelberg>
Abstract: The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) promotes excellence in the molecular life sciences in Europe through targeted programmes and activities. Established in 1964, the founders of EMBO showed an incredible vision when they established the organisation. They were true motors of change, even revolutionaries, who raised the level of biological research in Europe by adhering to the highest standards of scientific excellence. Keeping faith with their vision, their principles and standards are a guide to our activities today. The EMBO membership includes some of the leading researchers in Europe and represents a highly dynamic cross-section of the life sciences community. The organisation elects new members annually on the basis of proven excellence in research. [Information of the supplier]
Table of contents: Staff contacs / EMBO Members / For researchers / For journalists / Bout EMBO / Introduction / Activities / History / EMBO News / EMBO encounters / EMBO Council & Committees / EMBO Policy / Calendar of events / Focus Areas / Courses, Workshops & Conference series / Plenary lectures / Electronic information / Fellowships / Science & Society / Young investigators / Installation grants / World Activities / Women in Science / Laboratory Management Courses / Communities / 'At the benches' / Co-operation / EMBO members / EMBO Life Sciences Mobility Portal / Publications / The EMBO Journal / EMBO reports / Molecular Systems Biology / EMBO Molecular Medicine / EMBO Documentation / EMBO reports editorials
Subject: Organizations and management (570.6)
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Audience: Intermediate; Experts
Language: English
Format: website
Resource type: Academic societies, professional associations, working groups
Access: free
Metadata update date: 2012-01-18
Metadata provider: UBFfm
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