Research at EMBL Heidelberg emphasizes experimental analysis at multiple levels of biological organization, from the molecule to the organism. EMBL has an extensive record in developing new biology-driven technologies and providing service-orientated user infrastructures such as the Advanced Light Microscopy Facility (ALMF) offering external user access, a high-throughput light microscopy screening facility, the Centre for Molecular and Cellular Imaging (CMCI), an electron microscopy facility (EMCF) and the EMBL-EBI data resources. One key mission of EMBL is training, which is organized by the EMBL international Centre for Advanced Training (EICAT) and encompasses the EMBL International PhD Programme (EIPP), the EMBL Postdoctoral Programme and the Visitors Programme as well as a large number of courses and conferences. EMBL maintains strong interactive relationships to the major life science research institutions in Europe and has more than 35 years of experience in integrating European research. EMBL is currently involved in seven ESFRI BMS research infrastructure projects as coordinator of Euro-BioImaging and Elixir and as participant in others.
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