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Evolution of the First Nervous Systems II

Posted by , on 29 November 2013

What is the earliest Phylum of metazoans to possess what we would recognize as a nervous system? Did earlier organisms have all the components of a nervous system in the ...

Bio Web Conferences - Critical discussions with developmental biologists for deep learning.

Posted by , on 10 February 2012

Dear Developmental biology community, I would like to bring to your attention a potentially valuable resource for your teaching and research endeavors.  I am a neurodevelopmental biologist at Smith College. ...

Comparative epithelial morphogenesis research positions (PhD, Postdoc)

Posted by , on 26 October 2011

From early 2012, a PhD studentship and a postdoctoral position are available in the Panfilio lab (in Cologne, Germany) to investigate morphogenesis of the insect extraembryonic membranes.  As protective covers ...

The EMBO Meeting 2011 – Abstract submission and registration now open

Posted by , on 1 March 2011

10 – 13 September 2011, Vienna, Austria Featuring more than 120 world-class scientific speakers, including: Richard Axel, Susan Lindquist, Eric Wieschaus and Giacomo Rizzolatti. Three plenary lecture sessions: microbiology of ...

Ernst Haeckel and the recapitulation of an "early" biological debate

Posted by , on 8 December 2010

Scientists don’t spend free time to think about the changes that made possible the birth of a new way to make research. For example, how we moved from a world ...

Tree of Life – biodiversity linked

Posted by , on 18 October 2010

From Arabidopsis to zebrafish, every species –living and extinct – is linked to every other species. Not just metaphorically, but also literally on the Tree of Life website, which ambitiously ...

Evolution of cerebral cortex traced back to Precambrian era

Posted by , on 2 September 2010

In a paper published today in Cell, Detlev Arendt, Raju Tomer and colleagues reveal evidence that the cerebral cortex evolved much earlier than previously believed. Using a new technique to ...

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