EMBL’s European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI)
EMBL’s European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), founded in 1994, provides freely available data, bioinformatics services and training to the life science community worldwide.
EMBL-EBI is part of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), an intergovernmental research organisation funded by over 20 member states, prospect and associate member states.
EMBL-EBI’s co-location with the Wellcome Sanger Institute offers vital synergies. EMBL-EBI maintains the world’s most comprehensive range of molecular data resources, developed in collaboration with colleagues worldwide, and open to all.
EMBL-EBI data resources and tools
EMBL-EBI provides advanced bioinformatics training to scientists at all levels.. EMBL-EBI’s face-to-face and on-demand training helps experimental and computational biologists make the most of the wide range of data resources available.
EMBL-EBI has been leading computational biology research since its inception, with deep involvement in large-scale endeavours such as the Human and Mouse Genome Projects, the Human Cell Atlas and publishing seminal works in structural biology, chemical biology and single-cell genomics.
An important part of EMBL-EBI’s mission is to disseminate cutting-edge technologies to industry. Since 1996, EMBL-EBI’s Industry Programme has been helping companies make the most of advances in bioinformatics and cheminformatics. The programme members include pharmaceutical, diagnostic,and agri-food companies. EMBL-EBI also encourages spin-outs with the help of its Technology Transfer office, EMBLEM.
EMBL-EBI’s funding comes from EMBL member states, the European Commission, the US National Institutes of Health, Wellcome, UK Research and Innovation and EMBL-EBI Industry Programme members.
Working at EMBL- EBI
Members of staff from 78 countries
website requests on an average day
collaborations with institutes across 52 countries
petabytes of raw data storage
Wellcome Sanger Institute
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