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Postdoctoral Researcher in Skeletal Development, Disease, and Repair

Posted by , on 21 October 2014

  A postdoctoral research position is available in the Hilton Laboratory within the Duke Orthopaedic Cellular, Developmental, and Genome Laboratories at Duke University School of Medicine. The primary research focus ...

A new set of Node postcards!

Posted by , on 20 October 2014

Every year we give you a chance to choose from sets of beautiful images taken by the students at the MBL Woods Hole embryology course. The most voted image then ...

Full-term development of quail chick by ICSI

Posted by , on 18 October 2014

The eggs of domestic birds have been used in the study of developmental biology, leading to the extensive accumulation of knowledge on embryonic development. However, the early events involved in ...

Gone Fishing. Zebrafish Meeting 2014, Madison, WI.

Posted by , on 15 October 2014

“In scientific thinking are always present elements of poetry. Science and music requires a thought homogeneous.” ~Albert Einstein. This year the biannual Zebrafish meeting started out in the best possible ...

Postdoc and research associate positions in cardiovascular development

Posted by , on 15 October 2014

The Wythe Lab at Baylor College of Medicine favors a cross disciplinary approach to solving key problems in cardiovascular development. Rather than wed ourselves to a singular model system or ...

(Developmental) Biology around the internet- October 2014

Posted by , on 15 October 2014

Here is October’s round-up of some of the interesting content that we spotted around the internet:   News & Research: – Bananas, Jesus on toast and polar bear disguises- some ...

What do you call your PCR machine?

Posted by , on 13 October 2014

Last Friday we came across the blog of the Sauka-Spengler lab in Oxford, and noticed that their PCR machines are called Kit and Kat. This made us think- who else ...

EuroStemCell September 2014 Newsletter: Creative stem cells

Posted by , on 10 October 2014

As September comes to a close, we’ve got a newsletter packed with creativity and colour! If you are anything like us, you will be wondering how you can get yourself ...

Flies with colon cancer help to unravel the genetic keys to disease in humans

Posted by , on 8 October 2014

Researchers generate for the first time Drosophila melanogaster with intestinal cancer and reveal key genetic factors behind human colon cancer. The scientists identify a human gene that favours the proliferation ...

Crossing fields- EMBO conference on interdisciplinary plant development

Posted by , on 8 October 2014

There is something exciting about biologists joining forces with physicists and/or mathematicians, and finding a common language to solve biological problems that are just too complex to understand without stepping ...

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