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(Developmental) Biology around the internet- May 2014

Posted by , on 19 May 2014

Here is May’s round-up of some of the interesting content that we spotted around the internet:   News & Research: – This month was a sad one for science, as ...

Use it or Lose it: Insights on neuronal connections in the vertebrate retina

Posted by , on 18 May 2014

This is the final post from our developmental neurobiology seminar this semester. Two students wrote about our discussion of the importance of neuronal activity during synaptogenesis and their professor combined ...

Cosy Science talk- How do cells communicate to build tissues?

Posted by , on 16 May 2014

Cosy Science is an informal pub gathering where scientists talk about their research over a pint of beer (or glass of wine!) with anyone who is interested in listening. It is mostly ...

Postdoctoral Associate in epithelial growth and morphogenesis

Posted by , on 16 May 2014

Department of Molecular Biosciences, The Wenner-Gren Institute Stockholm University is a leading European university offering a multicultural environment in one of the world’s most dynamic capital cities. With more than ...

Postdoctoral position in lung development

Posted by , on 16 May 2014

A postdoctoral fellowship is available for at least three years at the SciLifeLab, Stockholm, Sweden. Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab) is a national center for molecular biosciences with focus on ...

Scientific Copy Editor (Maternity Cover)

Posted by , on 15 May 2014

The Journal of Experimental Biology is the leading journal in the field of comparative physiology and publishes papers on the form and function of living organisms, from the molecular and ...

Sweet Swiss…Zebrafish?!

Posted by , on 15 May 2014

There are several things that could bring me to Switzerland. I guess that the Alps, cheese, and swiss chocolate would be 3 top-choices, I could talk about Swiss army knives ...

Open study hopes to put STAP in the past

Posted by , on 12 May 2014

This article is a re-post of an article published at the F1000Research blog on the 8th of May, 2014. Eva Amsen is the outreach director of F1000Research.     Many of ...

Grasping tendon development with the zebrafish

Posted by , on 9 May 2014

by Jessica Chen and Jenna Galloway   Animals can contort their bodies into a diversity of movements: running, jumping, climbing, and swimming to name a few. All of these movements ...

Intern, Journal of Cell Science

Posted by , on 8 May 2014

Journal of Cell Science is looking for an enthusiastic intern who wishes to gain experience in science publishing. Journal of Cell Science publishes primary research articles and a well-regarded front ...

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