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Exploring Mammary Gland Development and Evolution with Organoid Technology

Posted by , on 6 February 2024

What is the set of instructions that directs cells as they form a tissue, and how did this set of instructions evolve throughout species evolution? In a new study, we ...

Choose Development in 2024: serious science, community connections, progressive publishing

Posted by , on 30 January 2024

This is an excerpt of the Editorial written by James Briscoe and Katherine Brown, published in Volume 151, Issue 1 of Development. The start of a new year is often ...

Development Journal Meeting: From Stem Cells to Human Development

Posted by , on 19 January 2024

Back in early 2013, Olivier Pourquie (Development’s then Editor-in-Chief) and I were working hard to integrate stem cell biology into Development. Reading papers and attending conferences, much of the focus ...

A day in the life of two Sea Star labs

Posted by , on 13 November 2023

Margherita Perillo, Zak Swartz and Jamie MacKinnon from the MBL describe a day in the life of working with the sea star.

Medicine at the Crick | What Can Development Tell Us About Disease?

Posted by , on 24 October 2023

We are pleased to invite all members of the biomedical community to: Medicine at the Crick: What can development tell us about disease? Thursday 2nd November 2023, 14:30-18.00 Free hybrid event taking ...

Behind the paper: What bats can tell us about the evolution of mammalian teeth

Posted by , on 25 September 2023

Find out about the behind the paper story from Alexa Sadier about the origin of tooth classes in bats.

"Unconventional" posts from #DevMeeting23: Origins of multicellularity

Posted by , on 18 September 2023

Introducing “unconventional posts,” a miniseries celebrating the “unconventional” experimental systems presented at #DevMeeting23. Each day I’ll upload handmade postcards spotlighting the breadth of unconventional systems shared in talks or posters ...

"I am a developmental biologist"

Posted by , on 22 August 2023

I didn’t become aware of developmental biology (DevBio) until a lecture during my first year of undergraduate studies. From that moment on, however, I was hooked and even changed my ...

Deadline extended to June 27th

Posted by , on 22 June 2023

Looking forward to welcome you to our EMBO Workshop – Developmental metabolism: flows of energy, matter, and information

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