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SciArt profiles: Dorotea Fracchiolla

Posted by , on 12 April 2021

Our seventh profile in the series features Dorotea Fracchiolla, who works as a Project Manager in Frankfurt and is also a scientific illustrator. Where are you originally from and what ...

Looking for contributors

Posted by , on 9 April 2021

https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/19415/maternal-fetal-crosstalk-impacts-on-offspring-development

Genetics Unzipped podcast: A brief history of CRISPR

Posted by , on 8 April 2021

We’re taking a look at the history of gene editing, from the early days of restriction enzymes in the 1960s through to the CRISPR revolution and the very latest base ...

Quintay 2020 – Development cover competition winner!

Posted by , on 6 April 2021

For last month’s Quintay 2020 Development cover competition, just under a thousand votes were cast from across the world in order to pick the best image taken by students of ...

March in preprints

Posted by , on 1 April 2021

Our latest trawl for everything developmental biology and related from the preprint world

Development presents... April webinar

Posted by , on 30 March 2021

The seventh webinar in our Development presents… series will be chaired by Development Editor, François Guillemot (The Francis Crick Institute), who has brought together three exciting talks on the development ...

MCC loss during mucociliary epithelium remodeling: new insight into a debated topic and a decade mystery.

Posted by , on 29 March 2021

Introduction In mucociliary epithelia, such as the mammalian airway epithelium or the embryonic epidermis of Xenopus tadpoles, the correct balance between multiciliated cells (MCCs) and secretory cells provides the functional ...

An interview with Cagney Coomer

Posted by , on 29 March 2021

This interview by Aidan Maartens was recently published in Development. Dr Cagney Coomer received her PhD with Ann Morris at the University of Kentucky, where she studied zebrafish retinal development ...

Is it in yet? How the direct transdifferentiation of glia-to-neurons ensures nimble male mating

Posted by , on 25 March 2021

By Rachel Bonnington, Carla Lloret Fernández and Laura Molina García Classically, developmental programmes were believed to be a one-way linear process in which cells progressively acquire their differentiated identities, each ...

Genetics Unnzipped podcast: Giving nature a helping hand

Posted by , on 25 March 2021

In the latest Genetics Unzipped podcast we’re taking a look at how humans have made our mark on the species we share the planet with.

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