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Development presents... May webinar videos

Posted by , on 17 May 2021

May's webinar featured neurodevelopment talks from Tian Tian, Li He and Karol Kaiser.

SciArt profiles: Eva Pillai

Posted by , on 26 February 2021

In our sixth excursion into the overlap between science and art we meet Eva Pillai, a postdoc in Kristian Franze’s lab at the University of Cambridge.   Where are you ...

From mysterious cysts to CSF-in-a-dish

Posted by , on 21 September 2020

Our brain is immersed in a clear, colourless, nutrient-rich fluid called the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), which provides mechanical support to the brain and helps to circulate important molecules for brain ...

Two positions open in neuroscience lab at The Crick

Posted by , on 4 September 2020

There are two open positions in my lab. We are the Neural circuits and Evolution lab at The Francis Crick Institute in London (https://prietogodinolab.org/). The  lab  employs  a  multidisciplinary  approach  to ...

Retracting sheaths and words

Posted by , on 17 July 2020

My mentor, Bruce Appel, emphasizes the importance of communicating science clearly and precisely. Consequently, I have watched my peers and myself deliver ever-improving talks, posters, and manuscripts during our time ...

The people behind the papers – Charles Sheehan, John McMahon and Debby Silver

Posted by , on 27 May 2020

This interview, the 76th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year.  Interneurons are crucial to cortical function and their dysregulation has been implicated in various neurological pathologies, ...

The birth of vision

Posted by , on 9 September 2019

By decoding the genetic mechanisms that control the neurons of the visual system, researchers at UNIGE are unveiling the first steps in the construction of vision, paving the way for ...

Turning back the clock of neural progenitor cells: a simple recipe to generate de novo retinal ganglion cells

Posted by , on 12 August 2019

Press release for a new Development paper on reprogramming in the retina. Scientists at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in collaboration with the Max Planck Institute of Molecular ...

Adult Neurogenesis 2018: Highlights -By Zubair Ahmed Nizamudeen

Posted by , on 29 June 2018

4WH Neurogenesis: What Where Why When and How? Neurogenesis is understood as the process by which neural stem cells (NSCs) produce new neurons. In the adult mammalian brain, this process ...

Free webinar | Single-cell RNA-seq and cell heterogeneity in the central nervous system

Posted by , on 17 August 2016

Register here: http://bit.ly/single_cell_rna_seq_webinar  Interested in understanding RNA-seq and its application to the study of oligodendrocyte heterogeneity? Join Dr Gonçalo Castelo-Branco and Dr Amit Zeisel, of the the Department of Medical Biochemistry ...

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