SciLifeLab and The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in new collaboration

SciLifeLab and The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), one of the world’s leading research institutions, and Europe’s flagship laboratory for life sciences, will intensify collaboration between the two organizations under the joint Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

The new collaboration will be launched during the “Welcome to SciLifeLab-EMBL: Building new collaborative links”-webinar, which will take place on May 31. The event is open to the community at large, and all that are interested are welcome to join and listen to presentations about the organizations, ongoing research and future plans.

The MoU declares a joint ambition to stimulate mutually beneficial scientific and academic exchange and collaboration in various areas of life science research in order to ensure greater connectivity, availability of scientific data, use of shared key technologies and circulation of talent. Specific topics of research interest have been identified based on already existing ties and may be jointly developed in the future, in particular in the context of EMBL’s Program for 2022- 2026 “Molecules to Ecosystems” and the SciLifeLab Roadmap 2020-2030.

EMBL and SciLifeLab share the same overarching goals to advance science for the benefit of healthcare, biodiversity, the environment and many other fields. As some of the most pressing challenges biological research is facing today are global, effective solutions to improve planetary and human health require scientists working together across countries and disciplines.

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Last updated: 2021-06-01

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