Better Together

Ten European life science institutes have joined forces as part of a new alliance called EU-Life, ScienceInsider reports. The group launched earlier this week with a meeting at the Center for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona. According to its co-founders, EU-Life aims to draw postdocs to Europe from emerging countries and to maintain Europe's competitiveness in the sciences.

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