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Stowers Research Conferences: Developmental Cell Biology

Posted by , on 25 February 2021

http://www.stowers.org/conferences Stowers Research Conferences are biennial meetings that bring together researchers, faculty, and graduate students to inspire creative thought and collaboration in the basic sciences. April 22-23, 2021 Registration Deadline: ...

#DevBiolWriteClub, Post #3

Posted by , on 22 December 2020

John Wallingford returns for another Developmental Biology Write Club – this time featuring his favourite books about writing

Remembering Kathryn Anderson and José Luis Gómez-Skarmeta

Posted by , on 7 December 2020

  We at the Node and Development were greatly saddened to hear about the recent death of Kathryn Anderson, Professor & Chair of the Developmental Biology Program at the Memorial ...

#DevBiolWriteClub on the Node, Post #2:

Posted by , on 18 October 2020

For other posts in this series click here In my first post a few months back, I talked about the need for working scientists to create new habits of mind ...

Spotlight on Neuroscience: Explore new ways to light up your research

Posted by , on 10 September 2020

A lot is changing in our world, but your research can not and will not stop! With this aim, “Spotlight on Neuroscience: Exploring new ways of to light up your research” ...

Adjusting to normal

Posted by , on 19 August 2020

The phrase “adjusting to the new normal” is a part of everyone’s life in one way or another, especially given our current global circumstances. Many in my circle are adjusting ...

Inclusion and diversity in publishing - a joint commitment for action

Posted by , on 9 July 2020

In early June, as Black Lives Matter protests were gathering momentum across the globe, a group of publishers were brought together (virtually of course) by the Royal Society of Chemistry ...

Bioinformatics challenges in multidisciplinary research

Posted by , on 27 May 2020

Currently, bioinformatics is playing an increasingly important role in life science research. Biologists, clinicians and biomedical researchers have become more dependent on bioinformatics outcomes. Despite the crucial role of bioinformatics ...

Getting involved in peer review

Posted by , on 19 May 2020

In pre-COVID19 times, back when conferences happened largely in person, early-career researchers (ECRs) often asked me how they could get more direct invitations to be a reviewer. Peer review is ...

Shaping the embryo towards gastrulation

Posted by , on 13 May 2020

Kyprianou, C., Christodoulou, N., Hamilton, R.S. et al. Basement membrane remodelling regulates mouse embryogenesis. Nature (2020). doi.org/10.1038/s41586-020-2264-2 Morphogenesis is a complicated network of processes that involve cell shape changes, cell movements ...

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