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Posted by Heather, on 19 January 2011Announcement for the Advances in stem cell research: Development, Regeneration & Disease conference at the Pasteur Institute, Paris, April 6-8, 2011.
Posted by Heather, on 16 December 2010Webcasting is a new art that is still being perfected, but which holds great promise for scientific collaboration at both small and large scales.
Posted by Heather, on 2 November 2010Who wants to reinvent the wheel? Resources for finding or judging the worth of PCR primers, particularly for quantitation or amplification of cDNA.
Thanks for trying, Eva. I think I should just remove some tags (and will, since the problem still shows up). Even I am not sure I can go - it's a chock-full conference year, but we'll see, and the program looks great.by Heather in Conference announcement: Advances in stem cell research: Development, Regeneration & Disease in Paris, France on January 20, 2011
Awesome collection of resources. That WormBook one makes me want to change model organisms, or at least go take a sabbatical. Wait, I always am looking for an excuse for a sabbatical. Well, perhaps in another ten years, then. Thanks for a great post!by Heather in WormBase: It’s not just for C. elegans anymore on November 2, 2010
Thanks for the report from the front lines - and especially, the photos. Embryology is ever a visual discipline. And that Wood's Hole course is a global reference. Hope the seaside location made up for the steamy New England summer!by Heather in Embryological Discovery in Woods Hole : Vertebrates on July 29, 2010