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Posted by Kat Arney, on 30 June 2022In the latest episode of the Genetics Unzipped podcast, we’re looking at the stories at your fingertips. Dr Sally Le Page uncovers how excrement espionage could bring down a superpower, …
Research Highlight: Decipher the Relationship between Cell Cycle Patterns and Fate Determination in Trunk Migratory Neural Crest Cells
Posted by Ruonan Zhao, on 29 June 2022On June 8th 2022, a paper titled “Trunk Neural Crest Migratory Position and Asymmetric Division Predict Terminal Differentiation” was published on Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. This is the …
Posted by the Node, on 24 June 2022The deadline for proposals to organise a Workshop with The Company of Biologists in 2024 is fast approaching. Our Workshops aim to bring together world-leading experts and early-career researchers to …
Posted by Kat Arney, on 23 June 2022In the latest episode of the Genetics Unzipped podcast, we’re taking a closer look at the red stuff, finding out what a few millilitres of blood can reveal about the …
Posted by Alex Eve, on 16 June 2022We are currently asking for feedback on our Development presents… webinar series and invite you to complete a short survey using the button below. The survey will close on Wednesday …
Posted by Helen Zenner, on 14 June 2022In 2022, the Beddington medal was awarded to Guillermo Serrano Nájera, who completed his PhD in Cornelis Weijer’s lab in Dundee. I caught up with Guillermo over Teams to find …
Posted by the Node, on 13 June 2022In our latest ‘Featured resource’ article, we hear from Steve Lisgo and Janet Kerwin, who describes the work of the Human Developmental Biology Resource (HDBR) Atlas.
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Our guest chair Alex Schier introduces the speakers in our zebrafish-focussed Development presents… webinar. Alex also reflects on the impact of the screens published in Development 25 years ago and on the future for zebrafish research.
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