On Wednesday 19 April, Development hosted a webinar celebrating the finalists for Development’s Inaugural Outstanding Paper Prize. Below are the talks and Q&As hosted by our Deputy Editor, Steve Wilson (UCL).
Jürgen Kleine-Vehn (Institute of Molecular Plant Biology)
‘PILS proteins provide a homeostatic feedback on auxin signaling output’
Morris Maduro (University of California)
‘The GATA factor ELT-3 specifies endoderm in Caenorhabditis angaria in an ancestral gene network’
The winner of the Outstanding Paper Prize, ‘Hypoxia induces an early primitive streak signature, enhancing spontaneous elongation and lineage representation in gastruloids‘, was presented by Natalia López Anguita in a previous webinar. You can watch a recording of the talk below.