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Development: Past, Present and Future

Posted by , on 29 August 2012

 

 

To celebrate our 25th Anniversary (see here for some memories of the last quarter century of the journal), and to look forward to the next 25 years, Development is hosting a one day symposium in Cambridge on October 25th 2012. We’ve got a great line-up of speakers, and we’ll also be holding a panel discussion on the future of the field. We hope some of you will be able to join us for this exciting event!

Here are the details:

Development: Past, Present and Future

One-day Symposium

October 25th 2012

Magdelene College, Cambridge, UK

Join us for a special one-day symposium featuring talks from members of Development’s editorial board past and present, and concluding with a panel discussion on the future of developmental biology.

Speakers:

Kenneth Chien     Magdalena Götz     Peter Lawrence

Thomas Lecuit     Mike Levine     Olivier Pourquié     Jim Smith

To register, please go to

http://www.biologists.com/dev_symposium_2012.html

Here’s the poster for the meeting

 




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