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Posted by Kat Arney, on 26 January 2023We’re going back to the very genesis of our species in search of the genetic Adam and Eve. Who were they? When and where did they live? Were there really …
Posted by the Node, on 25 January 2023A survey of over 2000 British adults, commissioned by the Genetics Society through Kantar Public, finds that trust in genetics is high, and went up significantly during the pandemic. It …
To conference or to unconference… a little report of the Institut Pasteur/Qbio symposium MeMoDEvo (Mechanics Morphogenesis Development and Evolution) and its experimental format
Posted by Romain Levayer, on 16 January 2023The diversity and complexity of shape in uni- and multicellular organisms has long been a source of fascination and interrogation. Since the seminal work of D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson, the study …
Posted by the Node, on 16 January 2023Our next Development presents… webinar will be chaired by Associate Editor Paul François
Posted by James Briscoe, on 13 January 2023June 25 – 30 Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts, USA It’s back! After 4 years and a global pandemic, the Developmental Biology GRC is on. This is the premier, international scientific …
Posted by Kat Arney, on 12 January 2023We’re going back to the womb to explore the genetics of how to make babies – from finding out how birthweight is linked to the risk of diabetes to investigating …
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