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Journal club on the Node

Posted by , on 18 April 2013

A couple of days ago, the University of Chicago Development, regeneration and stem cell journal club posted their first piece on the Node – a write-up of the discussion they’d had in their recent journal club meeting. It’s a great summary and analysis of a recent Development paper and its context within the field, and I’d encourage you to read it!

Slide1This piece marks the first in what we hope will be an irregular series of journal club reports from the Chicago group, and we’d like to find other developmental biology or stem cell journal clubs out there interested in writing for the Node. After all the effort of reading, analysing and discussing a paper for a journal club, we’d like to give you the opportunity of sharing that discussion with a wider community, and not just with your immediate colleagues.

If you’re interested in contributing to this, please get in touch at thenode[at]biologists.com. We’d love to hear from you!

 




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  1. We are excited about contributing to the Node! This is an excellent opportunity to broaden the community of journal clubs in the field, and we as a group cannot wait to see what developmental biologists at other universities are getting excited or maybe even “riled up” about. Thanks for facilitating the exchange.

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