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Postdoc and PhD positions: Growth control in Drosophila

Posted by , on 20 March 2013

Post-doctoral and PhD positions are available in the lab of Savraj Grewal, University of Calgary, Canada. (https://www.facebook.com/The.Grewal.Lab). The main focus of the lab is to study the control of growth ...

At the cutting edge of molecular biology: 25 years of Genes & Development

Posted by , on 18 October 2012

The Genetics Society’s 2012 Autumn Meeting celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Genes & Development There have been exciting advances in molecular analyses of genetic and epigenetic regulation of key cellular ...

The IMPC: a new era in mouse genetics

Posted by , on 26 April 2012

The sophistication of genetic tools and the relative ease of breeding and housing mean that the mouse is the most widely used mammalian organism for basic and biomedical research. The ...

FlyBase 2012 User Survey

Posted by , on 20 March 2012

Dear Colleagues,   FlyBase has begun to plan for the competitive renewal of FlyBase funding, which will be submitted to NIH in several months. EXTENSIVE INPUT from the community of FlyBase users ...

Basic Scientist - Assistant, Associate, or Professor

Posted by , on 18 January 2012

        BASIC SCIENTIST ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE, or PROFESSOR DEPARTMENT OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY / HEAD AND NECK SURGERY STANFORD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE     Faculty Position in the University ...

Mammalian Genetics and Development Workshop

Posted by , on 2 November 2011

THE MAMMALIAN GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP A meeting of the Genetics Society Venue: UCL Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1EH Date: November 17th 2011. Organisers: Nick ...

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 ...

Celebrating NYE with Bioluminescence

Posted by , on 31 December 2010

Let me take you on a Bioluminescent journey across many kingdoms. If you’re not well acquainted with the term, it’s the ability of living things to chemically produce light. It’s also ...

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