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Choose Development in 2024: serious science, community connections, progressive publishing

Posted by , on 30 January 2024

This is an excerpt of the Editorial written by James Briscoe and Katherine Brown, published in Volume 151, Issue 1 of Development. The start of a new year is often ...

Non-model organisms: weird critters and the people who study them

Posted by , on 29 January 2024

By Brent Foster and Alexandra Bisia When the two of us, Brent and Alex, started our Node correspondent positions early last year, we both expressed an interest in non-model organisms ...

Genetics Unzipped - Next Generation Sequence: Forging new paths in genetics

Posted by , on 25 January 2024

This episode is all about the next generation of geneticists, as we meet three up-and-coming scientists who have been supported by the Genetics Society, and learn all about Bermuda skinks, ...

Development presents... February webinar on organogenesis

Posted by , on 23 January 2024

Development Editor Liz Robertson (University of Oxford) hosts two early career researchers studying organogenesis.

Catch up on the preLights webinar series: From preprint to publication

Posted by , on 23 January 2024

In line with preLights’ ongoing postLights initiative, one of the preLights Ambassadors, Martin Estermann, has decided to create and host a new webinar series focusing on the journey of the preprint. This ...

Development Journal Meeting: From Stem Cells to Human Development

Posted by , on 19 January 2024

Back in early 2013, Olivier Pourquie (Development’s then Editor-in-Chief) and I were working hard to integrate stem cell biology into Development. Reading papers and attending conferences, much of the focus ...

Online vs in-person conferences: advantages, disadvantages and why we need both

Posted by , on 15 January 2024

All flavours of a conference – in-person, online, or maybe hybrid? Thinking back to my first conference, it was a confusing experience for me. It happened well into my PhD ...

Nucleo-transfer in amphibians by Tom Elsdale, 1964

Posted by , on 11 January 2024

A 16mm video filmed in 1964 showing Tom Elsdale demonstrating nucleo-transfer in Xenopus egg.

Genetics Unzipped: The battle for biology: How Mendel came to rule the world

Posted by , on 11 January 2024

Please take a minute or two to fill out our listener survey and help shape the future of the podcast: We talk to Greg Radick from the University of Leeds ...

A poetic response to ‘Science is more than the sum of research’

Posted by , on 10 January 2024

There are traditional measures of success in the research community, but should they be the only ways we define our success? Kirsty Ferguson writes a poetic response to Mayank Chugh’s ...

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