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Developing news

Posted by , on 23 November 2021

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

Talking points on Twitter

  • Presenting single-cell data part II
  • There is a lot of pseudoscience in the Matrix, but maybe this one is actually ok!?
  • One machine, so many potential uses

On the pod’

  • EMBO podcast with Maria Leptin

  • Hormones and ageing

  • Stem cells and disease modelling

prelight in #devbio

Keeping TEMPO with cell fate transitions – a new technique allows for the temporal labeling and manipulation of cell lineages in vertebrate models.

Thanks to the #DevBio community for sharing their thoughts, especially on twitter. If you have some news that you think we should share on our blog, please get in touch at If you are interested in getting involved with writing preLights you can find out more here.

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