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Understanding Variants of Uncertain Significance in Congenital Anomalies. Submit your clinically relevant variant(s) through our portal.

Posted by , on 27 February 2024

What we see Approximately 1 in 20 babies are born with severe anatomical malformations. Each year this equates to 8 million affected newborns, of which 300,000 die within the first ...

Featured Resource: Daniocell

Posted by , on 20 February 2024

Daniocell is an exploratory tool that allows users to navigate pre-computed, time-resolved gene expression information for each cell type during zebrafish development.

Earning your Green stripes: enhancing sustainability in zebrafish research

Posted by , on 6 January 2024

Within our collective of zebrafish labs at UCL, the sheer volume of single-use plastic Petri dishes we breeze through is staggering – a staggering 130 kg per year, to be ...

Looking to make your events more sustainable in 2024?

Posted by , on 22 December 2023

Hi! My name is Teodora and I am the new Sustainable Conferencing and Communications Officer from The Company of Biologists. Since I joined The Company of Biologists, I have worked ...

Featured Resource: Xenbase

Posted by , on 7 December 2023

Find out more about the key features on Xenbase and how the community can contribute to the mission of the database.

Featured Resource: AxoBase

Posted by , on 10 October 2023

Find out about AxoBase, a new platform providing a one-stop web resource for the axolotl research community.

Secondary school teachers’ residency in lab

Posted by , on 5 October 2023

In June of this year, five secondary school teachers who teach BTEC and A levels students from Wales and Oxfordshire spent a week with us at the Department of Physiology ...

Euro-BioImaging – Europe’s gateway to biological and biomedical imaging excellence

Posted by , on 4 September 2023

Do you feel as if a novel imaging approach would give you new insights into your sample or provide a new way to answer your research questions? Imagine you could ...

“Science and Social Media. Are they really compatible?”

Posted by , on 11 July 2023

Reflections on a social media workshop that was part of the Society for Experimental Biology Centenary Conference 2023.

Made the Same Way: Where's the line, where's the limit?

Posted by , on 2 June 2023

The seventh episode of Made the Same Way, a podcast produced by the Wellcome-funded Human Developmental Biology Initiative, features sociologist and writer Marieke Bigg discussing the ethics of research with ...

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