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Developmental metabolism and the origins of health and disease Workshop

Posted by , on 29 November 2022

By Zoe Mann, Ahmed Mahmoud, Ana Rita Diogo Robelo and Neha Agrawal ...

Meeting report - 19th International Congress of Developmental Biology ISDB2021

Posted by , on 11 November 2022

by Girish Kale and Niveda Udaykumar Girish Kale, Lemke lab, Centre for Organismal Studies (COS), Heidelberg University, Heidelberg. Germany I guess I am speaking for everyone when I say that ...

Lewis Wolpert Memorial Symposium - Meeting Report

Posted by , on 1 November 2022

To many readers of the Node, Lewis Wolpert, who died on 28th January 2021, was above all a developmental biologist—one of the most distinguished and influential of his generation. But ...

The 2nd Crick-Beddington Developmental Biology Symposium: Meeting Summary

Posted by , on 20 October 2022

The 2nd Crick-Beddington Developmental Biology Symposium took place at The Francis Crick Institute between 9-10 October 2022. The hybrid symposium was generously funded by the MRC Rosa Beddington fund, which ...

From Stem Cells to Human Development 2022

Posted by , on 14 October 2022

by Haneen Alsehli, Shrinidhi Madhusudan, Marie-Christin Leitner and Katherina Tavernini For most of us, this was the first in-person conference since starting our PhDs, or since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. All of us ...

Workshop commentary: Creative Science Writing

Posted by , on 29 September 2022

In June 2022 The Company of Biologists organised an unusual Workshop for creative science writing. For the first time, scientists interested in communication were gathered together to experiment fiction and ...

Present and future of quantitative developmental biology in Les Treilles

Posted by , on 1 September 2022

What an exciting time to be studying embryonic development! Emerging experimental systems, methods and analyses allow addressing a whole new set of fascinating questions, as well as revisit older ones. ...

Science through the looking glass

Posted by , on 17 August 2022

The method was straightforward: take a bunch of writers, novelists, a playwright, science communicators and scientists from all over the world, from fields as diverse as astrophysics and climate science ...

Workshop my creative science writing with a bunch of fellow scientists and/or writers? Talk about high risk-high reward!

Posted by , on 5 July 2022

Kristin Sherrard, Staff Scientist at the University of Chicago, shares her experiences of The Company of Biologists Workshop on 'Creative Science Writing'.

The LMCB goes on retreat

Posted by , on 31 May 2022

The first LMCB retreat in 10 years provided a much-needed rejuvenation of scientific connections and discussions after two years of Covid restrictions.  Hinxton Hall, on the Wellcome Genome Campus near ...

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