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This month on the Node - November 2012

Posted by , on 30 November 2012

Site upgrade We now have a “featured topics” bar across the top of the page, which has the same function as these highlight posts: to let you know what happened ...

Book review: An introduction to decoding genomes

Posted by , on 29 November 2012

This book review originally appeared in Development. Jennifer Mitchell reviews “Introduction to Genomics” (by Arthur M. Lesk). Book info: Introduction to Genomics By Arthur M. Lesk. Oxford University Press (2011) ...

Coming Soon

Posted by , on 29 November 2012

We recently asked you what your favourite papers of 2012 were. From December 1 to 24, you’ll be able to see 24 of these papers behind the virtual doors of ...

Mammalian epigenetics in biology and medicine - NEW from Royal Society Publishing

Posted by , on 27 November 2012

Royal Society Publishing has just published Mammalian epigenetics in biology and medicine, compiled and edited by Fumitoshi Ishino,Yoichi Shinkai and Emma Whitelaw. See – for further details or you ...

The BSCB Science Writing Competition- time to start writing!

Posted by , on 27 November 2012

Have you got a great science story in you? This autumn, the BSCB is again running its Science Writing Competition! The judges are looking for interesting, enthusiastic articles covering topics ...

Featured posts and author pages

Posted by , on 26 November 2012

Notice something different on the Node today? We now have a bar at the top to feature particular posts. It will be updated by Node admins, who select posts to ...

Post-Doctoral Research Associate position at University College London

Posted by , on 23 November 2012

Post-Doctoral Research Associate position at University College London Cancer Institute The group is based at the Cancer Institute at UCL and works on modelling inherited and acquired haematopoietic diseases using ...

Postdoctoral Positions

Posted by , on 21 November 2012

POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS are available to study different aspects of mammalian organogenesis, with a particular focus on the cellular and molecular mechanisms controlling the development of the visual system and the ...

In Development this week (Vol. 139, Issue 24)

Posted by , on 21 November 2012

Here are the highlights from the current issue of Development:   Translating Apc1 loss into intestinal proliferation Most colorectal cancers carry inactivating mutations in adenomatous polyposis coli (APC), a negative ...

SpotOn London

Posted by , on 20 November 2012

Last week I attended SpotOn London – a conference focused entirely on the role of the Internet on research, science outreach, science policy, tools, and related topics. There were talks ...

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