EU-LIFE

Building and promoting Excellence in Life Sciences in Europe
Building and promoting Excellence in Life Sciences in Europe

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EU-LIFE Institutes further formalised their alliance, signing a comprehensive Consortium Agreement, and recruiting a Manager.

EU-LIFE article in Genome Web

EU-LIFE, a new Alliance for European Excellence and Competitiveness in Life Sciences

Check-out our New EU-LIFE Jobs Page, where all partner institutes list all their open positions

All EU-LIFE institutions have signed a memorandum of understanding

Researchers have just launched an EU-funded project that will investigate the different ways embryonic stem cells divide.When embryonic stem cells start to divide and develop into tissue, they do this through a process called differentiation. Each stem cell has the potential to differentiate into different types of tissue cells such as neurons, muscle, or blood cells, and the molecular mechanisms that determine its fate are highly complex.