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An interview with Cagney Coomer

Posted by , on 29 March 2021

This interview by Aidan Maartens was recently published in Development. Dr Cagney Coomer received her PhD with Ann Morris at the University of Kentucky, where she studied zebrafish retinal development ...

How to... Graphical Abstract

Posted by , on 27 October 2020

Helena Jambor shares her tips for how to create a captivating and coherent visual abstract

JoVE for developmental biology research and eduction

Posted by , on 24 April 2020

Dear Developmental Biologists, We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Node for the chance to write a post about JoVE and how our resources can be beneficial ...

Learning developmental biology: a Chinese experience

Posted by , on 6 June 2019

Here we hear the experiences of three students who completed a developmental biology course in Zhiyuan College in Shanghai, as well as an introduction to the course by organiser Guojun Sheng ...

Introducing introductory biology students to primary scientific literature: why it matters

Posted by , on 19 February 2019

A successful undergraduate science education includes teaching students science process skills, including critical analysis of primary scientific literature (PSL). Unfortunately, the use of PSL in the classroom remains limited due ...

Opening the doors of scientific conferences to local citizens

Posted by , on 28 November 2018

Regular meetings of scientists such as annual society conferences can create opportunities for scientists to engage the public without extensive effort, making connections between scientists and public audiences. Under the ...

Developmental biology: 'not a confined, specified discipline'?

Posted by , on 10 January 2018

Catching up after the holidays, I finally got around to reading Scott Gilbert‘s recently published essay in PloS Biology. In case you haven’t seen it yet, the essay proposes that ...

DrosAfrica: Background and Workshops

Posted by , on 24 May 2017

Introduction to the DrosAfrica project The contribution of scientific research in shaping societies is increasingly significant. However, African researchers make up only around two per cent of the world’s academic ...

"STEM for All" - 170 videos of federally-sponsored science research in USA, happening online in video showcase

Posted by , on 19 May 2017

Happening now: 2017 STEM for All Video Showcase! Innovations in science are happening all over the nation! Visit the science videos at the 2017 STEM for All Video Showcase, funded ...

Kicking It Up a Notch: Becoming a Culturally Relevant Science Educator

Posted by , on 19 January 2017

I want to talk about how you can take your science teaching to the next level, where young people, and especially underrepresented young people (people of color, LGBT, immigrants, girls, ...

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