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New research uncovers how hot fish change sex

Posted by , on 23 April 2019

Press release from Development. You can also read the Research Highlight for this article. Researchers have identified the hormone that causes sex reversal of medaka fish growing in high temperatures. ...

Postdoctoral Position available

Posted by , on 22 April 2019

The Maehr Laboratory is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral research fellow to investigate the molecular basis of immune syndromes and immune cell development. The applicant will be taking on experimental and/or ...

The people behind the papers – Nathalie Rion and Markus Rüegg

Posted by , on 18 April 2019

This interview, the 60th in our series, was recently published in Development In development and during regeneration in adults, muscle fibres develop from muscle progenitor cells, and the proliferation, differentiation and fusion ...

Postdoc in Physiology and Genetics to the Andersen - Colombani Group (affiliated to DanStem)

Posted by , on 18 April 2019

Department of Biology at the Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen is offering a Postdoc position in Physiology and Genetics commencing 1 August 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. ...

Developmental biology: a Royal stamp of approval

Posted by , on 17 April 2019

Each year The Royal Society, the world’s oldest national scientific institution, elects a new set of Fellows (both UK-based and ‘Foreign Members’). This year, among 62 distinguished researchers from across ...

Meeting Report: Polyploidy in Organ Development, Repair, and Disease

Posted by , on 16 April 2019

Polyploidy is a conserved and frequently occurring phenomenon whose impact on organismal health and disease is poorly understood.  This first symposium focused on Polyploidy was organized by Don Fox (Duke University), ...

One-day Symposium on Developmental Bioelectricity in Boston, MA – July 26th, 2019

Posted by , on 16 April 2019

A fundamental question in biology is how cells communicate to fashion and repair complex biological structures and tissues.  It is well established that cells communicate through biochemical cues.  However, compelling ...

Calls for letters of interest: Group leaders to DanStem, University of Copenhagen

Posted by , on 16 April 2019

DanStem plans to recruit outstanding scientists for independent research group leader positions at the senior and junior levels in the near future. We are seeking potential candidates with an impressive ...

UCSF post-doc in mouse developmental biology

Posted by , on 16 April 2019

A postdoctoral position is available in the Bush lab at the University of California, San Francisco to study the cellular basis of morphogenesis using live imaging, mouse genetic, and ...

Postdoctoral position at Yale University School of Medicine

Posted by , on 15 April 2019

The Sun lab at Yale University is currently seeking a postdoctoral candidate. We study the function of the cilium in vertebrate development and diseases, with a particular focus on polycystic ...

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