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Invite an EMBO Editor

EMBO Editors are available to visit your institute to speak about the editorial process and scientific publishing at EMBO.

The Editors are also happy to tour laboratories, discuss your work and  talk about scientific publishing as a career choice.


Adéquation Germany - registered charity

by EMBO Fellow Emmanuel Reynaud

During my PhD, I was involved in humanitarian action schemes in West Africa aiming to improve life quality by working in coordination with locals structures (associations, authorities etc).  In 2001, I joined the laboratory of Rainer Pepperkok at EMBL with an EMBO Long-term Fellowship. In 2003, together with other enthusiast fellows I founded Adéquation Germany , an officially registered charity. The main focus of this charity is not to collect money but to recycle unwanted lab equipment which can then be sent to labs in Eastern Europe and Africa.


Looking for volunteer Authors for Basic Books on Life Sciences

Dear Fellows,

Prof. Roy McWeeny, Member of the International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science ( ) and Emeritus Professor in Theoretical Chemistry at the University of Pisa, has dedicated many years of voluntary work to developing a series of Basic Books in Science that are freely available via the Internet to users around the world, having in mind particularly the needs of those who live in places where access to quality sources for learning is difficult or impossible.
Information about this effort is available at .