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Addgene Resources to Grow Your Developmental Biology Toolkit

Posted by , on 8 November 2017

Addgene is a global, nonprofit repository that was created to help scientists share plasmids. Before we go over the developmental biology resources available at Addgene, here’s a little background on ...

Research assistant in Development Biology, Sheffield University

Posted by , on 3 August 2017

A Wellcome Trust/Royal Society funded Research Assistant position is available in Dr Kyra Campbell’s research group. This is a fantastic opportunity to join the Campbell group, who are focused on ...

Reactions to the CRISPR human embryo paper

Posted by , on 3 August 2017

A paper published online yesterday in Nature (and ‘leaked’ a week ago by the MIT Technology Review) describes the use of CRISPR in human embryos to correct a mutation that ...

Postdoctoral position in chromatin and epigenetic control of Drosophila development

Posted by , on 30 June 2016

Stockholm University, Sweden, invites applications for one postdoctoral position in the laboratory of Professor Mattias Mannervik at the Department of Molecular Biosciences, The Wenner-Gren Institute (http://www.su.se/mbw). The position is scheduled ...

2016 CSHL Xenopus Course (last few spots!) Deadline Feb 21

Posted by , on 12 February 2016

In order to encourage applicants to the 2016 Xenopus Course at Cold Spring Harbor, we able to offer substantial support to offset course costs thanks to support from the NICHD, ...

Question of the month- patenting public research

Posted by , on 29 January 2016

Last week the Montreal Neurological Institute announced that it will become the first fully Open Science academic institute. In addition to  making their results and data available for free upon publication, ...

Question of the month- CRISPR technology

Posted by , on 23 April 2015

This week a group in China published a paper in Protein & Cell claiming to have genetically edited a human embryo using CRISPR technology. This paper is generating a lot of debate for many ...

Postdoctoral scientist position in Genome Editing in Xenopus at the Marine Biological Laboratory

Posted by , on 25 February 2015

A Postdoctoral Scientist position is available in the Horb Laboratory of the Eugene Bell Center for Regenerative Biology & Tissue Engineering at the Marine Biological Laboratory (http://www.mbl.edu/horb/). The position will ...

Tissue-specific genome editing in Ciona embryos by CRISPR/Cas9

Posted by , on 31 October 2014

Researchers have always been interested in tissue-specific loss of function to probe the role of specific genes in embryonic development, cell physiology and disease conditions. Migration of lateral plate primordial ...

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