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European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)
  The EMBL was established in 1974 and is supported by sixteen countries among which Belgium. EMBL consists of five facilities: the main Laboratory in Heidelberg (Germany), outstations in Hamburg (Germany), Grenoble (France) and Hinxton (the U.K.), and an external Research Programme in Monterotondo (Italy). EMBL has a four-fold mission: to conduct basic research in molecular biology, to provide essential services to scientists in its member states, to provide high-level training to its staff, students, and visitors, and to develop new instrumentation for biological research.
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