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Posted by CoB Sustainability, on 23 July 2021Hello all! I am Viktoria, the Sustainable Conferencing Officer of The Company of Biologists. I am here to quickly answer some questions about our Sustainable Conferencing Initiative. What is the aim of the Initiative? As …
Posted by the Node Interviews, on 19 July 2021This interview, the 96th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year. As the vertebrate body axis extends, HOX genes are sequentially activated in axial progenitors to specify their identity. …
How exploring single cell dynamics in the early embryo revealed a protective system based on mechanical cell cooperation
Posted by ehoijman, on 15 July 2021by Esteban Hoijman and Verena Ruprecht The immune system is able to deal with cellular anomalies and invading pathogens. However, it has remained enigmatic how vertebrate embryos handle stress conditions …
Posted by Kat Arney, on 15 July 2021We meet some of the researchers who are working to make sure that everyone gets the benefits of genetic research – from underserved communities to entire continents.
Posted by the Node Interviews, on 12 July 2021This interview, the 95th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year. Cell migration needs to be precisely regulated during development so that cells stop in the right position. A …
A bad day for the angel on my shoulder: Practical advice for grant writing from the #devbiolwriteclub and #devbiolgrantclub
Posted by John Wallingford, on 11 July 2021Hello! Welcome back to the #devbiolwriteclub! Over the last year or so, I’ve harangued you on Twitter and on The Node about practicing the craft of writing. I’ve ignored any …
Posted by the Node Interviews, on 5 July 2021This interview, the 94th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year. A dynamic pattern of histone methylation and demethylation controls gene expression during development, with some processes such as …
Posted by Kat Arney, on 1 July 2021From six-toed cats to cyclops lambs, the Sonic Hedgehog gene has a fascinating history, as well as a whole bunch of interesting developmental biology behind it.
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