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Focus on Hans Clevers
"It's up to us, to the scientists, to explain to all the parties involved what stem cells are and how to use safely." Hans Clevers, Professor of Molecular Genetics at the Hubrecht Institute and President of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), talks to Thomas Lemberger, Chief Editor Molecular Systems Biology about the connection between stem cell and cancer research as well as their medical implications.
Focus on Matthias Mann
Professor Matthias Mann talks about the latest development in proteomics research at The EMBO Meeting 2012 in Nice, France. He is the Director and Scientific Member at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried (near Munich). We are very grateful to Professor Mann for giving this interview at The EMBO Meeting in Nice, 2012.
Focus on Karl Deisseroth
Karl Deisseroth talks to Thomas Lemberger about the emerging field of optogenetics at The EMBO Meeting 2012. Karl Deisseroth is professor of bioengineering and of psychiatry & behavioural sciences at Standford University. Thomas Lemberger is Chief Editor of Molecular Systems Biology. We are very grateful to Professor Deisseroth for giving this interview at The EMBO Meeting in Nice, 2012.
The Tara Oceans Expedition | Listen
In a 2.5 year journey across the globe's oceans, the Tara Oceans expedition has collected unique information on the biodiversity and biogeography of the marine ecosystem. Project co-director Eric Karsenti shares his excitement about this exceptional human and scientific adventure and explains how researchers will analyze the data to better understand life on our planet.
Read more on the Tara Oceans expedition in the editorial written by Eric Karsenti “Towards an ‘Oceans Systems Biology’”.
From omics to single molecules | Listen
Recorded at the 12th International Conference on Systems Biology in Mannheim, Peer Bork, Jan Ellenberg and Peter Sorger each talk about their work in systems biology and varying approaches to the field.
Eric Wieschaus–A powerful place to be in biology
Nobel Prize winner Eric Wieschaus talks to Thomas Lemberger, Chief Editor of Molecular Systems Biology, about his research on embryonic development and taking quantitative approaches to investigate biological processes.
Eric Wieschaus is Squibb Professor of Molecular Biology at Princeton University and Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey–Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
We are very grateful to Professor Wieschaus for giving this interview at The EMBO Meeting in Vienna, 2011.
The latest research, reviews and discussion from The EMBO Meeting 2010. Listen in as we bring you the highlights of the conference, including synthetic biology, how plants fight off viruses, mice that can re-grow insulin-producing cells, and an interview with Nobel Laureate Elizabeth Blackburn.