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Featured resource: The National Mouse Genetics Network

Posted by , on 25 April 2022

Owen Sansom, the director of the recently launched MRC National Mouse Genetics Network, describes the objectives of the project and his vision for the future of the network.

Summer School in TRANSCRIPTOMICS in Development and Cancer - Join us in Sweden 27-30 June 2022

Posted by , on 9 April 2022

Join us in a Swedish enchanting scenario at the end of June (27-30) when it’s always light in Sweden! If you are a Student (bachelor/Master’s/PhD), a Postdoc, or a young ...

Writing ideas newsletter

Posted by , on 24 March 2022

Welcome to the spring edition of our 'Occasional writing ideas' newsletter.

Promoting yourself as an ECR - recording now available

Posted by , on 15 March 2022

Catch up with the recording from our networking event on 'Promoting yourself as an ECR'

Scientific conferences: networking for introverts

Posted by , on 23 February 2022

As lockdowns ease and the prospect of attending a conference in person rises on the horizon, it might be time to take stock of what conferences offer that virtual meetings ...

Promoting yourself as an ECR - an event hosted by FocalPlane, the Node and preLights

Posted by , on 10 February 2022

Register for our panel and networking event on how to promote yourself and your research as an ECR

‘Not birth, marriage or death, but gastrulation’: the life of a quotation in biology

Posted by , on 24 January 2022

Developmental biologists might be interested in a just-published article about Lewis Wolpert’s famous saying, ‘“Not birth, marriage or death but gastrulation”: the life of a quotation in biology’. The piece ...

Developing news

Posted by , on 18 January 2022

Welcome to our light-hearted look at the goings-on in the world of developmental biology in the last two weeks (or so).

2021 in numbers

Posted by , on 31 December 2021

Thanks to everyone who has contributed to the Node in 2021. We hope you have enjoyed interacting with the site over the past year.

The making of.. human blastoids

Posted by , on 9 December 2021

In our recently published paper1, we show that human stem cells self-organize into blastocyst-like structures, which we term blastoids based on 4 criteria. Because blastoids can be generated in large ...

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