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First Sy(Stem)s Developmental Biology Lab Picture

Posted by , on 31 May 2024

I can’t believe it has been six months since I started this adventure as a group leader at the Center for Developmental Biology. Since then, few (but also lots of) ...

Lab meeting with the Nagy lab

Posted by , on 30 May 2024

Meet the Nagy Lab, based at the Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. The lab uses the avian embryo to study the development of the enteric nervous system and gut-associated lymphoid organogenesis.

Catch up on Development presents… winners of Development’s 2023 Outstanding Paper Prize

Posted by , on 29 May 2024

Catch up on May's Development presents... webinar.

Development at a glance

Posted by , on 28 May 2024

Do you know about Development’s ‘at a glance’ article types? These articles comprise a short text document highlighting the fundamental aspects of a developmental biology topic, which is accompanied by ...

How do jellyfish regenerate their tentacles?

Posted by , on 27 May 2024

Read the story behind the paper "Distinct stem-like cell populations facilitate functional regeneration of the Cladonema medusa tentacle".

Mimicking infection in pregnant mice provokes persistent changes in juvenile brains

Posted by , on 22 May 2024

A Press Release from Development No parent wants to risk their child having a serious infection, least of all while still in the womb, but did you know that the ...

Lab meeting with the Kierzkowski Lab

Posted by , on 22 May 2024

Meet the Kierzkowski Lab, located in the Montréal Botanical Garden. The lab studies plant organogenesis using systems such as Arabidopsis and Physcomitrium.

Development presents... June webinar on brain development

Posted by , on 21 May 2024

Hear from three early-carrer researchers on brain development, chaired by Steve Wilson.

Rediscover 14 years of content on the Node

Posted by , on 20 May 2024

Introducing the Node’s new search and filter function.

Developing preprints in developmental biology

Posted by , on 17 May 2024

Authors: Sandra Franco-Iborra (ASAPbio Community Lead), Pablo Ranea-Robles (Postdoctoral Fellow, Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research at the University of Copenhagen), Lonni Besancon (Assistant Professor, Linköping University) & ...

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