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Eco Evo Devo Postgraduate Summer School

Posted by on January 27th, 2016

Dear Colleagues, We are delighted to offer our 3rd Eco-Evo-Devo Postgraduate Summer School from August 8th to 12th 2016 at Oxford Brookes University. For full details please see the Summer School website: http://bms.brookes.ac.uk/ceec/courses/eco-evo-devo-summer Alistair McGregor. (+1 rating, 1 votes) Loading…

Forgotten classics- Cell layers in the shoot meristem

Posted by on January 12th, 2016

  Satina, S., Blakeslee, A.F., and Avery, A.G. (1940) Demonstration of the Three Germ Layers in the Shoot Apex of Datura by Means of Induced Polyploidy in Periclinal Chimeras. American Journal of Botany 27, 895-905 Recommended by Jane Langdale (University of Oxford)   If you read about plant development in textbooks you will be told[…]

Forgotten classics of developmental biology- a new Node series

Posted by on January 12th, 2016

You just started your research career, or maybe you just moved fields. The first thing on your to-do list is to catch up with the literature. What has been the latest progress? What are the open questions in the field? Ideally, you would go all the way back to the beginnings of the field and[…]

Alberto Monroy Fellowship

Posted by on December 24th, 2015

The Alberto Monroy Fellowship is awarded to an Italian citizen to support their attendance in the Embryology Course next summer at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. The amount of the fellowship is 5,500.00 euros (about $6,000.00). The full text of the announcement of the award competition for 2016 can be found at http://www.giomolab.it/AAM/bando%20Monroy%202016.pdf. The deadline[…]

BSDB Gurdon Summer Studentship Report (7)

Posted by on December 4th, 2015

In 2014, the British Society of Developmental Biology (BSDB) has initiated the Gurdon Summer Studentship program with the intention to provide highly motivated students with exceptional qualities and a strong interest in Developmental Biology an opportunity to engage in practical research. Each year, 10 successful applicants spend 8 weeks in the research laboratories of their[…]

BSDB Gurdon Summer Studentship Report (6)

Posted by on December 3rd, 2015

In 2014, the British Society of Developmental Biology (BSDB) has initiated the Gurdon Summer Studentship program with the intention to provide highly motivated students with exceptional qualities and a strong interest in Developmental Biology an opportunity to engage in practical research. Each year, 10 successful applicants spend 8 weeks in the research laboratories of their[…]

BSDB Gurdon Summer Studentship Report (5)

Posted by on December 2nd, 2015

In 2014, the British Society of Developmental Biology (BSDB) has initiated the Gurdon Summer Studentship program with the intention to provide highly motivated students with exceptional qualities and a strong interest in Developmental Biology an opportunity to engage in practical research. Each year, 10 successful applicants spend 8 weeks in the research laboratories of their[…]

BSDB Gurdon Summer Studentship Report (4)

Posted by on November 20th, 2015

In 2014, the British Society of Developmental Biology (BSDB) has initiated the Gurdon Summer Studentship program with the intention to provide highly motivated students with exceptional qualities and a strong interest in Developmental Biology an opportunity to engage in practical research. Each year, 10 successful applicants spend 8 weeks in the research laboratories of their[…]

Question of the month- “Away from the bench” skills

Posted by on October 30th, 2015

Recently, Tomer Stern and Itamar Harel posted on the Node about Graduate Peer Group, a discussion group where graduate students could interact with each other and address the challenges that arise specifically during graduate school. Many of these challenges go beyond research at the bench: how to communicate your research, how to manage relationships in[…]

Graduate Peer Group: How to Lead When You Are Not in Charge

Posted by on October 29th, 2015

Itamar Harel¹* and Tomer Stern²* ¹ Department of Biological Regulation, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, 76100, Israel Present address: Department of Genetics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305, USA ² Department of Molecular Genetics, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, 76100, Israel * Correspondence: itamarharel1980@gmail.com (IH), tomer.stern@weizmann.ac.il (TS) – Starting early: How can we make more out of graduate school? In[…]