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Behind the paper: Uncovering the dual origins of human cortical astrocytes

Posted by , on 18 August 2022

Behind the paper story from Denise Allen and Tomasz Nowakowski

An interview with Adam Shellard, winner of the 2022 BSCB Postdoctoral Research Medal

Posted by , on 8 August 2022

Adam Shellard, a postdoc in Roberto Mayor’s lab, is the 2022 winner of the BSCB Postdoctoral Research Medal. We caught up with Adam over Teams to find out more about ...

From China to the UK - an interview with Chengting Zhang

Posted by , on 28 July 2022

Chengting Zhang is a PhD student in the laboratory of Professor Steffen Scholpp at the Living Systems Institute, UK. Originally from China, Chengting came to the UK in 2018 after ...

SciArt profile: Bob Goldstein

Posted by , on 5 July 2022

For this month’s SciArt profile, we caught up with Bob Goldstein, a professor at UNC Chapel Hill, who uses various printmaking techniques to produce unique posters advertising scientists’ talks, as ...

An interview with Guillermo Serrano Nájera, BSDB Beddington Medal winner 2022

Posted by , on 14 June 2022

In 2022, the Beddington medal was awarded to Guillermo Serrano Nájera, who completed his PhD in Cornelis Weijer's lab in Dundee. I caught up with Guillermo over Teams to find ...

Odor sensing, metabolism, and blood-progenitors

Posted by , on 5 May 2022

In their recent Development paper, published in our Immune Special Issue, Manisha Goyal, Tina Mukherjee, and colleagues examine the pathways controlling ROS homeostasis during hematopoietic growth control.

SciArt Profile: Ayelén Valko

Posted by , on 30 September 2021

In our 11th SciArt profile we meet Ayelén Valko, who tells us about her motivation to use her artwork to popularise science

The people behind the papers – Adrian Danescu, Lisanne Rens and Joy Richman

Posted by , on 2 August 2021

This interview, the 98th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year.  During vertebrate face development, bilateral streams of neural crest cells migrate from the neural tube to give rise ...

The people behind the papers – Lisa Conrad, Steve Runser, Roman Vetter and Dagmar Iber

Posted by , on 26 July 2021

This interview, the 97th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year.  Epithelial tubes perform crucial functions in various organs, providing routes for the transport of fluids and gases. A ...

An interview with Zhiyi Lv

Posted by , on 22 July 2021

Over on The Company of Biologists WeChat channel, we’re enjoying getting to know the growing community. We recently published an interview with Dr Zhiyi Lv, a member of Professor Bo ...

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