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June in preprints

Posted by on July 5th, 2017

Our latest monthly trawl for developmental biology (and other cool) preprints. See last year’s introductory post for background, and let us know if we missed anything We started this feature a year ago, and each month it’s taken a little longer to curate as more labs decide to deposit preprints alongside conventional channels of publication, and as this[…]

May in preprints

Posted by on June 5th, 2017

Our latest monthly trawl for developmental biology (and other cool) preprints. See last year’s introductory post for background, and let us know if we missed anything This month featured a host of preprints on plants, stem cells, connectomics and modelling. Plus the first preprint from Nobel laureate and recent Development interviewee Eric Wieschaus, an introduction to the concept[…]

April in preprints

Posted by on May 9th, 2017

Our latest monthly trawl for developmental biology (and other cool) preprints. See June’s introductory post for background, and let us know if we missed anything   At the end of April, life science preprinting received a boost with the news that the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative will provide funding for the main preprint server, bioRxiv, which had the week[…]

March in preprints

Posted by on April 6th, 2017

Our latest monthly trawl for developmental biology (and other cool) preprints. See June’s introductory post for background, and let us know if we missed anything March was (yet) another bumper month for life sciences preprints. A glance at some of the names of last authors – Daniel St. Johnston, Denise Montell, Dennis Duboule, Roberto Mayor, Fiona Watt[…]

February in preprints

Posted by on March 6th, 2017

Our latest monthly trawl for developmental biology (and other cool) preprints. See June’s introductory post for background, and let us know if we missed anything   Another month, another bumper crop of preprints covering everything from calcium waves in the fly to the first mutant ant line, plant superhero genes to rat embryonic stem cells. Plus,[…]

January in preprints

Posted by on February 3rd, 2017

Our latest monthly trawl for developmental biology (and other cool) preprints. See June’s introductory post for background, and let us know if we missed anything   2017 started where 2016 had left off, with an number of preprints covering most corners of developmental biology, plus more relevant work from related fields. Looking at the list below,[…]

December in preprints

Posted by on January 6th, 2017

Our latest monthly trawl for developmental biology (and other cool) preprints. See June’s introductory post for background, and let us know if we missed anything   2016 saw preprints in the life sciences really taking off…   bioRxiv ends the year on a high pic.twitter.com/D8nm136oYF — Richard Sever (@cshperspectives) January 3, 2017   …and, perhaps in light[…]

November in preprints

Posted by on December 2nd, 2016

Our latest monthly trawl for developmental biology (and other cool) preprints. See June’s introductory post for background, and let us know if we missed anything   This month, we found preprints covering various aspects of plant growth and patterning, a lot of cell biology – including insights into microtubules organisation, RNA localisation and yeast size control –[…]

October in preprints

Posted by on November 2nd, 2016

Our latest monthly trawl for developmental biology (and other cool) preprints. See June’s post for background, and let us know if we missed anything This month features quite a bit of cell biology, both in early embryos and in a dish, with work on microtubules from the labs of Andreas Prokop, Tim Mitchison and Manuel Thery.[…]

September in preprints

Posted by on October 5th, 2016

Our monthly trawl for preprints from developmental biology and related research. Previous posts can be found here.    Preprints roll on, and this month’s selection is a reminder of how developmental biology is based on a variety of model organisms. We’ve got two investigations into zebrafish mesoderm from Deborah Yelon’s lab, quite a bit of cell mechanics (in zebrafish, fly and[…]