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Genetics Unzipped: Genes, brains and the mind: How much of your personality is encoded in your DNA?

Posted by , on 14 July 2022

In the latest episode of the Genetics Unzipped podcast, we’re exploring genes, brains and the mind, as we ask how much of our personality is innate, and whether anything we ...

A simple tool to visualise gene expression during early mouse pallium development

Posted by , on 9 May 2022

Last year, we published a study on the spatial diversity of developing mouse pallial progenitors and neurons: Moreau MX, Saillour Y, Cwetsch A, Pierani A and Causeret F (2021) Single-cell ...

Genetics Unzipped podcast: Wired for sound - the genetics of music

Posted by , on 4 November 2021

We're getting in harmony with the science of music. Is there a music gene? Does musical talent really run in families? And how does the inability to perceive music impact ...

A domino effect on brain developmental evolution

Posted by , on 6 December 2019

The discipline “Evo-devo” studies the developmental basis of morphological evolution. In the field, some original animal models are emerging as interesting model organisms, enriching the knowledge in the field more ...

Graduate Student Position in Development of Brain Folding

Posted by , on 3 October 2019

The Lawton Lab is seeking a talented and motivated graduate student to study the cell and tissue mechanics regulating cerebellar morphogenesis and brain folding.   The beautiful and robust folds ...

New research uncovers how hot fish change sex

Posted by , on 23 April 2019

Press release from Development. You can also read the Research Highlight for this article. Researchers have identified the hormone that causes sex reversal of medaka fish growing in high temperatures. ...

Does (brain) size matter?

Posted by , on 30 October 2015

Chris Puhl and Rebecca McIntosh   As a part of a team of students from the MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology, Kings College London we commissioned and edited an issue ...

Viewing less to see more

Posted by , on 23 October 2015

Dimitri Perrin3, Shimpei I. Kubota1,2, Kazuki Tainaka1,2 & Hiroki R. Ueda1,2,4* 1Department of Systems Pharmacology, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan. 2CREST, Japan Science and Technology Agency, Saitama, Japan. 3School ...

International Neuroscience Doctoral Programme (INDP) at the Champalimaud Foundation in Lisbon - Portugal

Posted by , on 8 January 2015

Applications from independent thinkers with curiosity, creativity and drive are sought to join the Champalimaud Foundation’s International Neuroscience Doctoral Programme (INDP). The INDP aims to provide students of diverse backgrounds ...

A fruitful visit from INB to INA

Posted by , on 15 December 2013

My name is Daniel Ríos and I am a grad student at the ‘Instituto de Neurobiología (INB)’ from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. However, during this past October I was ...

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