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The Maw at Etna — featured image from the Node-BSDB virtual art exhibition

Posted by , on 23 November 2023

In the recent BSDB-the Node virtual art exhibition, Oliver Anderson’s ‘The Maw at Etna’ was selected as the Judges’ Choice in the ‘Scientific images’ category. We briefly caught up with ...

An interview with Rasa Elmentaite, the 2023 BSDB Beddington Medal winner

Posted by , on 27 September 2023

Find out more about the 2023 British Society for Developmental Biology Beddington Medal winner, Rasa Elmentaite.

‘Worming up’ disease research

Posted by , on 21 July 2023

In recognition of the Genetics Society of America 24th International C. elegans Conference at the end of June 2023, Disease Models & Mechanisms (DMM) celebrated worm research with specially commissioned ...

SciArt profiles: Sofia Araújo

Posted by , on 19 February 2021

In our fifth SciArt Profile we meet Sofia Araújo, a Professor in the University of Barcelona.   Where are you originally from, where do you work now, and what do ...

Salah Elias introduces a new virtual forum for early PIs in cell and developmental biology

Posted by , on 29 June 2020

Of the many virtual seminar series that have sprung up in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, one in particular caught our eye – the New PIs in Cell and Developmental ...

Vilaiwan Fernandes: SCDB Young Investigator Award Winner

Posted by , on 22 January 2019

Last year I was lucky enough to travel to California for the first time for the Santa Cruz Developmental Biology meeting – see the meeting report, written with Jordan Ward, here. ...

The people behind the papers - Jaqueline Kinold & Hermann Aberle

Posted by , on 4 September 2018

Axon guidance relies on the reception and integration of molecular cues from the environment by growth cones, and defective pathfinding results in misplaced projection patterns in the mature nervous system. ...

The people behind the papers - Ximena Anleu Gil & Dominique Bergmann

Posted by , on 18 July 2018

Asymmetric division is a widespread mechanism for generating cellular diversity during developmental patterning. The stomata of flowering plants are epidermal valves that regulate gas exchange, and provide an accessible system to investigate the mechanisms ...

The people behind the papers - Martina Nagel & Rudolf Winklbauer

Posted by , on 6 July 2018

Contact inhibition of locomotion is a widespread phenomenon in migrating cells. However, cells often migrate collectively as a sheet, raising the question of how contact inhibition is overcome in these ...

Blastoid: the backstory of the formation of blastocyst-like structure solely from stem cells.

Posted by , on 27 June 2018

In our recently published paper1, we showed that mouse stem cells self-organize into blastocyst-like structures, that we termed blastoids. Because blastoids can be generated in large numbers, can be finely ...

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