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Development presents... November webinar on development and disease

Posted by , on 26 October 2023

Our November webinar will be chaired by Development’s Reviews Editor, Alex Eve, and features three early-career researchers studying the intersection between development and disease. The webinar will be held using ...

Be beating, my still heart!

Posted by , on 25 October 2023

Read this story behind the paper "A bioelectrical phase transition patterns the first vertebrate heartbeats" from first author Bill Jia.

Medicine at the Crick | What Can Development Tell Us About Disease?

Posted by , on 24 October 2023

We are pleased to invite all members of the biomedical community to: Medicine at the Crick: What can development tell us about disease? Thursday 2nd November 2023, 14:30-18.00 Free hybrid event taking ...

Developmental biologists tackle biodiversity, peer review, climate change in annual Development meeting

Posted by , on 24 October 2023

Of the 10 million or so species that make up Earth’s biosphere, the majority of biological discoveries in the 20th century were made in just six organisms. Statistically representative? I ...

Genetics Unzipped: That’s so extra: Exploring the weird world of extrachromosomal DNA

Posted by , on 19 October 2023

In the latest episode of the Genetics Unzipped podcast, we’re exploring the weird and wonderful world of extrachromosomal DNA - what it is, what it does, and why it breaks ...

SciArt profile: Ana Beiriger

Posted by , on 18 October 2023

In this SciArt profile, we caught up with Ana Beiriger, a medical illustrator and developmental biologist, who was the illustrator of the poster for the 2023 SDB Annual Meeting.

How do animal species ensure robust patterning?

Posted by , on 17 October 2023

This summer I was privileged with the opportunity to conduct research at the Francis Crick Institute in the Mathematical and Physical Biology Laboratory, which studies how structure and organisation emerge ...

Become a Node correspondent

Posted by , on 17 October 2023

Enthusiastic about scicomm and looking for a chance to broaden your writing experience alongside your research activities? We would like to appoint three correspondents who will play a key role ...

More Than a Powerhouse: How Mitochondria Help to Build an Embryo

Posted by , on 16 October 2023

Find out the story behind the paper "Mitochondrial leak metabolism induces the Spemann-Mangold Organizer via Hif-1α in Xenopus".

Lab meeting with the Żylicz Lab

Posted by , on 12 October 2023

Meet the Żylicz Lab, based in the University of Copenhagen. The lab focusses on unravelling the molecular mechanisms through which chromatin and metabolism regulate early mammalian development.

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