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Evo Devo Art

Posted by , on 21 October 2013

I make art that brings together music, animation, and performance to explore evolutionary and developmental biology themes. I aim to illuminate the magic of the biological world for a broad ...

(Developmental) Biology around the internet- September 2013

Posted by , on 16 September 2013

Here is our monthly round-up of some of the interesting content that we spotted around the internet:   News & Research – Nature reported this month that stem cells have ...

What songs would you take to a desert island?

Posted by , on 4 July 2013

One of my favourite radio programs on the BBC is called Desert Island Discs. In this programme, a politician, activist, actor, writer or scientist is asked: if you had to live ...

Double bill: Bringin' Stickleback / Bad Project

Posted by , on 24 January 2011

Is this Monday not quite giving you the results you were hoping for? Cheer up with a few science music videos. This one, “Bad Project”, is being emailed around rapidly ...

My Hox genes were messed up

Posted by , on 13 December 2010

In Spring 2010, the Biol 460 Developmental Biology class at Pepperdine University in Malibu, Calfornia, made this video about Hox genes: Set to the tune of Ke$ha’s “Tik Tok”, but ...

Rock Stars of Science

Posted by , on 17 November 2010

Glamour, fame, red carpets, flashing lights. It’s not what you usually get as a top scientist, but why not? Why should overnight reality TV stars get more attention than people ...

Arabidopsis song

Posted by , on 6 September 2010

“Why are there no pop hits about Arabidopsis?” sings Karmadillo. Even though their Arabidopsis song is not a pop hit (yet?) either, Karmadillo can at least lay claim to the ...

microRNAs and Music - an interview with Eric Olson

Posted by , on 24 August 2010

At the recent SDB meeting in Albuquerque, Eric Olson took the stage twice: on Friday morning he spoke in the organogenesis session about the role of microRNAs in muscle, and ...

An interview with Thomas Lecuit

Posted by , on 16 July 2010

(This interview by Kathryn Senior originally appeared in Development on July 13) Thomas Lecuit heads up a multidisciplinary team of 10 scientists at the Developmental Biology Institute of Marseilles (IBDML) ...

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