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Competition: searching for a new head(er)

Posted by on January 21st, 2021

We’ll soon be launching a newly designed Node homepage to help make our historical content easier to find and improve navigation through the various parts of the site. To accompany this change we’re going to refresh our header image – that’s the letterbox-shaped image you see above the menu bar. Currently we circulate between these[…]

Development 2020 covers gallery

Posted by on December 21st, 2020

Journal covers celebrate the aesthetic achievements of researchers and showcase the beauty of science to the wider world. Here are all 24 of Development’s covers for the crazy year that was 2020 – click the images to open the gallery, and you’ll find the cover description. Be sure to check out Development’s review of 2020[…]

How to… Graphical Abstract

Posted by on October 27th, 2020

In my visual communication classes students increasingly want to learn how to make  graphical abstracts. Below I summarized a few key points What are Graphical abstracts? Graphical abstracts are increasingly common to explain biomedical concepts and research results. “Summary slides” have been for long been used in talks or lectures. Today, graphical abstracts are omnipresent[…]

Pregenerate GmbH is hiring an Imaging Specialist and a Research technician in Vienna

Posted by on August 4th, 2020

Pregenerate GmbH is hiring in Vienna #Biotechnology #Imaging #Arthritis research # Drug discovery # Vienna # Machine learning #Cell differentiation assay #Organ-on-a-chip #Biotechnology #Microfluidic #EVOS7000 #personalized medicine #Automation #Liquid Handling #cell biology #Molecularbiology   Pregenerate is a young startup based on the lively Vienna Biocenter Campus surrounded by 12 other start up companies. At Pregenerate[…]

12 GIFs of Christmas 2019

Posted by on December 20th, 2019

In keeping with a time-honoured tradition, we recently flooded Twitter with 12 beautiful developmental biology GIFs. They came from papers published this year and feature all kinds of systems and visual styles – here they are for posterity! Let us know your favourite in the comments Whole-embryo developmental imaging of zebrafish spinal cord neurogenesis From[…]

Calendar competition – And the winners are…

Posted by on May 20th, 2019

With over 10,000 votes cast, almost 6,000 people viewing the galleries and a new record for daily page views on the Node, we can now announce the winners of our inaugural calendar competition. We were blown away by the quality of the entries – 62 images of all kinds of cells, tissues and embryos. Check[…]

the Node Calendar competition – vote here, vote now!

Posted by on May 14th, 2019

*Voting is closed and winners have been announced!*   Our call for images to fill our 2019-20 calendar was met with an amazing response – 62 entries showcasing the diverse beauty of developmental biology. Now it’s time for you vote for the 12 that will make it into print. Because we want a range of[…]

HFSP postdoctoral position in quantitative high-content imaging of [synthetic] embryos

Posted by on May 7th, 2019

Our laboratory of synthetic development at IMBA (Vienna) is looking for a postdoctoral colleague to decode the self-organising behaviours of early embryos. This position is part of a HFSP with Shantanu Singh (Broad Institute) and Kyogo Kawaguchi (Riken Institute), and requires regular and frequent exchanges with these labs.   Requirements. We are looking for a[…]

Image competition: a new developmental biology calendar

Posted by on April 25th, 2019

Have you got a beautiful image of a developing organism you’d like to share with the world? Or a striking computer generated visualisation, or even something you’ve drawn or painted or stitched or crafted? We’re planning a Node calendar for the academic year 2019-20, and want to fill it with your images.     Entering is[…]

Development at the single cell level – cover competition

Posted by on April 11th, 2019

This summer, Development will be publishing a special issue showcasing the best research in stem cell and developmental biology, building on the rapidly evolving tools of single cell analysis. Some papers in the issue have already been published as part of our continuous publication system (see the latest articles here), while other research articles and front[…]