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Senior research scientist at the Francis Crick Institute (permanent position)

Posted by , on 14 December 2020

The Evolutionary Developmental Biology Lab at the Francis Crick Institute is seeking a laboratory research scientist that will help establish the laboratory, manage its day-to-day operations, and lead the generation ...

Lab Manager/Research Assistant--Marine Invertebrate EvoDevo

Posted by , on 27 November 2020

We seek a motivated and organized individual to join the Lyons Lab (https://www.lyonslab.org/) at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (https://scripps.ucsd.edu/) to serve as lab manger and research assistant.  The individual ...

Looking to crustaceans to understand insect wing evolution

Posted by , on 19 October 2020

The wings of vertebrates, like birds and bats, emerged relatively recently, and we understand that these wings evolved from forelimbs. Even for the mythological dragon there seems to be a ...

Mayflies: an emergent model to investigate the evolution of winged insects

Posted by , on 11 September 2020

Winged insects are the most diverse and numerous group of animals on Earth. This great diversity has been possible thanks to the acquisition of novel morphologies and lifestyles. How the ...

The people behind the papers – Xin Zhu, Yiquan Wang and Guang Li

Posted by , on 26 August 2020

This interview, the 77th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year.  During development, the establishment of directional left-right (L-R) asymmetry is crucial for the correct positioning of ...

Monotreme ears and the evolution of mammal jaws

Posted by , on 5 August 2020

Jaw joints, in most vertebrate animals that have them, form between a bone in the head called the quadrate and one in the mandible called the articular. The mandibles (lower ...

Introducing ACME: the species-versatile fixation and dissociation solution for single cell analysis

Posted by , on 1 July 2020

This post highlights the approach and findings of a new research article available in preprint on BioRxiv. This feature was written by members of the Solana lab, authors of that ...

Postdoc position available at MPI BPC: Comparative genomics in planarians

Posted by , on 30 June 2020

The department of Tissue Dynamics and Regeneration (Dr. Jochen Rink) invites applications for a position as Postdoc (f/m/d) – Comparative genomics in planarians – (Code number 11-20) Planarians are fascinating animals ...

Conversations with my parents (about adult chondrogenesis and spontaneous cartilage repair in the skate, Leucoraja erinacea)

Posted by , on 23 June 2020

One night, during the summer of 2012, I found myself sitting in a cottage in Woods Hole, trying to explain to my parents why I’d spent much of my professional ...

Genetics Unzipped - Fish, facts and fiction - from Haeckel’s embryos to Tiktaalik

Posted by , on 30 January 2020

We’re discovering our inner fish: finding out whether we really do go through a fishy phase in the womb, and looking at the legacy of Tiktaalik, the first fish to ...

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