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Development presents... April webinar videos

Posted by , on 16 April 2021

Watch talks on sex hormones, enteric nervous system development and the HOX clock

A facial birth defect is caused by perturbation of extreme long-range enhancers

Posted by , on 25 January 2021

Hannah Long tells the story of how she uncovered the genetic basis of a developmental disorder

It’s alive! But what is it?

Posted by , on 5 July 2018

Iain Martyn & Tatiane Kanno share their experiences of the discovery of the human organizer   “It’s alive!”     Iain’s first impressions   “Hybrid human chicken embryos: HALF HUMAN – ...

The people behind the papers - Sabrina Jan, Tinke Vormer, Sjoerd Repping & Ans MM van Pelt

Posted by , on 18 October 2017

During spermatogenesis, progenitor cells must undergo tightly regulated changes to produce functional gametes. However, the genetic control of this process in humans has eluded researchers. This week we feature a ...

A New Way To Look At Human Development

Posted by , on 29 March 2017

  Throughout history, the desire of scientists to understand physiology and disease by thoroughly studying anatomical features, has always faced an intractable limitation: they cannot simply see through the tissue! ...

The 3D atlas of human development

Posted by , on 28 November 2016

“It’s fair to say that we currently know more about the moon than about our own embryonic development. The current textbooks all show the same kind of images based on ...

Editorial- Closing the circle: from organoids back to development

Posted by , on 15 March 2016

This editorial was written by Melissa Little and first appeared in Development.   Organogenesis is an inherently fascinating developmental process. It requires the creation of complex form and function from ...

From Stem Cells to Human Development- applications open!

Posted by , on 24 February 2016

  In 2014, Development organised a very successful meeting on how the use of stem cell technologies can inform our understanding of human development (you can read about it here or watch ...

Does (brain) size matter?

Posted by , on 30 October 2015

Chris Puhl and Rebecca McIntosh   As a part of a team of students from the MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology, Kings College London we commissioned and edited an issue ...

Enabling research with human embryonic and fetal tissue resources

Posted by , on 24 September 2015

This Spotlight article was written by Dianne Gerrelli, Steven Lisgo, Andrew J. Copp and Susan Lindsay, and was first published in Development.   Congenital anomalies are a significant burden on human health. Understanding the developmental origins of ...

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