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Pre-Announcement: Post-doctoral Positions in Scotland

Posted by , on 21 May 2019

Pre-Announcement: Post-Doctoral Positions in Scotland (St Andrews & Aberdeen)   Two BBSRC-funded post-doctoral positions will become available as part of a collaboration between the Universities of St Andrews and Aberdeen: ...

Calendar competition - And the winners are...

Posted by , on 20 May 2019

With over 10,000 votes cast, almost 6,000 people viewing the galleries and a new record for daily page views on the Node, we can now announce the winners of our ...

Research Lab manager in the Pourquie lab focused on the development of the musculo-skeletal system in vivo and in vitro

Posted by , on 15 May 2019

Job Location: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Development of the Musculo-Skeletal system / Pourquie Lab, Boston, MA, USA   Job Summary The Research Lab Manager will assume a key role in ...

Postdoctoral Position to study Morphogenesis in Embryonic Development and Human Diseases

Posted by , on 15 May 2019

An NIH-funded postdoctoral position is available in Jianbo Wang’s lab at the Univ. of Alabama at Birmingham. We study how shape forms during embryogenesis, and how aberrant shape formation leads ...

The alchemy of an inspiring conference: a workshop reflection

Posted by , on 15 May 2019

This blog post is a reflection on the Company of Biologists-organized workshop on Chromatin-Based Regulation of Development that I recently attended at Wiston House, located in the countryside of Sussex ...

How the snail’s shell got its coil

Posted by , on 14 May 2019

Researchers from the Tokyo University of Science, Japan, have used CRISPR gene editing technology to make snails with shells that coil the ‘wrong’ way, providing insights into the fundamental basis ...

the Node Calendar competition - vote here, vote now!

Posted by , on 14 May 2019

*Voting is closed and winners have been announced!*   Our call for images to fill our 2019-20 calendar was met with an amazing response – 62 entries showcasing the diverse ...

Echoes of “Chromatin-Based Regulation of Development” workshop OR “to TAD or not to TAD”?

Posted by , on 14 May 2019

The non-profit publishing groups can make a real difference The very best part of being a scientist is cracking mysteries of the universe and what is in it. The second ...

Meeting report of the Cambridge Fly Club Symposium – Past, Present and Future of Drosophila Research

Posted by , on 10 May 2019

By Ghislain Gillard, Maria J. Gomez Lamarca, Robert Krautz, Rosa Park, David Salvador-Garcia, Yara Sanchez-Corrales and Jelle van den Ameele   On the 28th of January, the Cambridge Fly Club ...

Publishing Fly Research

Posted by , on 9 May 2019

Back in January, The Cambridge Fly Club held a symposium to mark 25 years since the publication of the famous Gal4/UAS paper (Brand & Perrimon, 1993 – published in Development); ...

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