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In Development this week (Vol. 141, Issue 22)

Posted by , on 4 November 2014

Here are the highlights from the current issue of Development: Meristem maintenance is KNOX so simple Class I KNOX transcription factors, such as SHOOT MERISTEMLESS (STM) and KNAT1, are known ...

Can you beat a chicken sexer? Revisiting embryo manipulation of the avian chick.

Posted by , on 4 November 2014

Chicken, quail, zebra finch, emu, duck, crow……a simple glimpse and we immediately realize how the Aves have, as a model system left their traces in various fields of biological research. ...

Development: Special Issue on Human Development

Posted by , on 3 November 2014

As we’ve reported elsewhere on the Node (here and here), we recently held a very successful meeting ‘From Stem Cells to Human Development‘. As a direct result of the enthusiasm ...

This month on the Node- October 2014

Posted by , on 3 November 2014

Here are some of the highlights for October. Don’t forget to also check our jobs page, were several new positions were advertised this month!   Research: – Shusei wrote about ...

Group Leader (Senior Research Associate)

Posted by , on 3 November 2014

The Gurdon Institute is a world-renowned centre in the fields of developmental, cell, and cancer biology, located in the heart of the historic city of Cambridge, and part of the ...

Fanfare for The Company of Biologists

Posted by , on 2 November 2014

Dear friends and members of The Company of Biologists, About a year ago, I was asked to organize the Physiology Symposium of the 6th EurBee Conference in Murcia/Spain, held by ...

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