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Poorly coiled frog guts help scientists unravel prevalent human birth anomaly

Posted by , on 22 February 2024

Scientists from North Carolina State University have used a herbicide to discover that disrupting metabolism could derail a series of cellular events required for proper elongation and rotation of the ...

Catch up on Development presents… October webinar on metabolism and development

Posted by , on 2 November 2023

Catch up on the talks on metabolism and development from Maria Fernanda (Nanda) Forni, Hidenobu Miyazawa and Siamak Redhai.

Lab meeting with the Żylicz Lab

Posted by , on 12 October 2023

Meet the Żylicz Lab, based in the University of Copenhagen. The lab focusses on unravelling the molecular mechanisms through which chromatin and metabolism regulate early mammalian development.

Development presents... October webinar on metabolism and development

Posted by , on 4 October 2023

Our second webinar in October will be chaired by Development’s Associate Editor Irene Miguel-Aliaga (Imperial College London) and features three early-career researchers studying metabolism and development, which coincides with the ...

Development presents... December videos

Posted by , on 20 December 2022

On Wednesday 7 December, Development hosted three talks on metabolic and nutritional control of development and regeneration, the topic of our upcoming Special Issue. Below you’ll find each of the ...

Development presents... An upcoming Development Special Issue: Metabolic and Nutritional Control of Development and Regeneration

Posted by , on 23 November 2022

Our next Development presents... webinar is on 7 December, chaired by Irene Miguel-Aliaga on the topic of metabolism.

Odor sensing, metabolism, and blood-progenitors

Posted by , on 5 May 2022

In their recent Development paper, published in our Immune Special Issue, Manisha Goyal, Tina Mukherjee, and colleagues examine the pathways controlling ROS homeostasis during hematopoietic growth control.

Postdoc in neural stem cell metabolism - Francis Crick Institute, London

Posted by , on 19 October 2020

  A four year postdoctoral position in the lab of Alex Gould is now available. Previous work in the laboratory, using Drosophila, has shown that the neural stem cell niche ...

Starvation halts brain development, but hungry cells jump-start growth when food becomes available

Posted by , on 25 October 2019

In research that holds potential for prenatal health and brain injury, Scripps Research scientists identify cellular workings that stop and restart early brain development. Press release from Scripps Research, La ...


Posted by , on 12 July 2019

Roles of metabolism in the developmental origins of health and longevity A postdoctoral research position funded by the Wellcome Trust is available in the laboratory of Dr. Alex Gould at ...

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