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Hormones: The Inside Story - Season 2

Posted by , on 10 November 2021

Hormones: The Inside Story, the podcast uncovering the science and the stories about hormones and health, is back for a second series.

It’s in the head: How male and female fruit flies grow apart

Posted by , on 7 December 2017

A discussion of our recent paper: Annick Sawala & Alex P. Gould (2017). The sex of specific neurons controls female body growth in Drosophila. PLoS Biology, October 4 2017.   In ...

New insights into sex differences in Drosophila development and physiology

Posted by , on 27 May 2016

Bruno Hudry and Elizabeth J. Rideout Male and female fruit flies differ in many aspects of development and physiology. For example, males and females differ in abdominal pigmentation, sex comb ...

A fruitful visit from INB to INA

Posted by , on 15 December 2013

My name is Daniel Ríos and I am a grad student at the ‘Instituto de Neurobiología (INB)’ from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. However, during this past October I was ...

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 ...

Post-doctoral scientist –Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne, Australia

Posted by , on 21 November 2011

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral research scientist post in Melbourne, to join a newly funded research group within the Cancer Cell Biology Program. The research focuses on understanding the ...

Postdoctoral position - MRC Department of Biomedical/Developmental Genetics, University of Sheffield, UK

Posted by , on 26 October 2011

Overview The Research Associate will work in the MRC Centre for Developmental and Biomedical Genetics within the Department of Biomedical Science.  The department has an active community of researchers specialising ...

Final Day at The EMBO Meeting - Behaviour and lots of Movies!

Posted by , on 14 September 2011

The famous Richard Axel kicked off the last day in Vienna by presenting new data on how olfactory information is projected from the olfactory bulb to the cortex. After his ...

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