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The NSW state meeting of the ANZSCDB, Sydney Australia

Posted by on April 8th, 2014

The Australia and New Zealand Society for cell and developmental biology (ANZSCDB) supports several local state meetings held each year for members of the society to come together to present their work.  The emphasis is on giving early career researchers a chance to present their research, to meet with group heads and for everyone to[…]

Developmental and genetic research at Otago: Genetics Otago symposium 28-29th November 2013

Posted by on December 2nd, 2013

Meeting report for Genetics Otago symposium 28-29th November 2013. The annual Genetics Otago symposium was held in the newly refurbished HD Skinner Annex of the Otago Museum in sunny (yes, really!) Dunedin, New Zealand at the end of November.   This two-day symposium is run annually by Genetics Otago, a Research Centre of the University of[…]

SpotLight on Otago: Distant Developments

Posted by on July 2nd, 2013

Developmental biology from near the south pole Kia Ora from New Zealand Hi, I’m Megan Wilson and I’m a lecturer in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. My research focus, and my scientific passion, is developmental biology. In this new regular blog on the Node, I hope to bring[…]