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BSDB Gurdon Summer Studentship Report - Delia Capatina

Posted by , on 28 November 2022

Investigating the rules of cell-to-cell interaction during pre-somitic mesoderm elongation I discovered the field of developmental biology through independent reading during the first year of my undergraduate biomedical sciences program. ...

Conflict between neighbours: a perfect way of rebuilding a complete organ system

Posted by , on 16 November 2022

Mabel Mathew gives us some insights into the story behind their paper on the mechanism underlying de novo shoot regeneration.

Back-to-school: Resources for #devbio

Posted by , on 11 October 2022

In 2017, our Node Intern, Sarah Morson, revamped our ‘Resources’ topic area on the Node. With a bigger emphasis on advocacy and outreach, we also cover teaching resources, societies and ...

A Day in the Life of a Killifish Lab

Posted by , on 25 September 2022

What is a Killifish? My name is Andrew Thompson, and I am an assistant professor and principal investigator of the Xtremo-Devo Lab at Western Michigan University. In our lab, we ...

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

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 ...

Journal of Cell Science 'Equity, diversity and inclusion in cell biology' essay series

Posted by , on 7 June 2022

At the end of 2021 and beginning of 2022, Journal of Cell Science (JCS) put out a call for essays on ‘Equity, diversity and inclusion in cell biology’. JCS introduced ...

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.

Writing ideas newsletter

Posted by , on 24 March 2022

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

BSDB Gurdon Summer Studentship Report - Rufus Morgan

Posted by , on 5 January 2022

Regionalising the nervous system: the steps to produce spinal cord. The nervous system is one of the first structures that develops during embryogenesis. However, the process by which regional identity ...

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