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Rachael Inglis

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Making and breaking the left-right axis in Cancun

Posted by , on 28 June 2013

Just before the ISDB meeting in Mexico, over a hundred researchers gathered for a satellite symposium on the development of left-right asymmetry. Although the external body plans of vertebrates (and ...

Towards a staging series for dinosaur embryos?

Posted by , on 19 April 2013

Last week, I was distracted somewhat by a palaeontology article in Nature: Reisz and colleagues reported their discovery of some fossilised dinosaur embryos. Not exactly relevant to my research, but ...

Gene regulation and developmental biology at the Royal Society

Posted by , on 5 November 2012

Last week, the Royal Society hosted a meeting entitled “Regulation from a distance: Long-range control of gene expression in development and disease”. The impressive London offices of the Society (complete ...

Developmental Biology in the Wellcome Image Awards

Posted by , on 14 September 2012

Given that most readers of this post will be developmental biologists, it seems slightly unnecessary to point out that development is an amazing, beautiful process.  But it’s true!  The expansion ...