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An interview with Cagney Coomer

Posted by , on 29 March 2021

This interview by Aidan Maartens was recently published in Development. Dr Cagney Coomer received her PhD with Ann Morris at the University of Kentucky, where she studied zebrafish retinal development ...

Improving the visibility of developmental biology: time for induction and specification

Posted by , on 6 February 2019

This Spotlight article by Len Zon originally appeared in Development as part of our ‘Advocating developmental biology‘ campaign. We’d love to hear what you think about Len’s ideas. Developmental biology ...

Opening the doors of scientific conferences to local citizens

Posted by , on 28 November 2018

Regular meetings of scientists such as annual society conferences can create opportunities for scientists to engage the public without extensive effort, making connections between scientists and public audiences. Under the ...

Behind the scenes of Kicheva Lab

Posted by , on 7 November 2018

Every year our Institute (IST Austria) opens its doors to the public during an outreach event called Open Campus. Visitors can participate in demonstrations and guided tours of the labs ...

New resources section on the Node

Posted by , on 23 November 2017

Since its launch in 2010, the Node has functioned as a community resource for developmental biologists. When I started my 3 month internship in September (see my introductory post here), ...

“Skype a Scientist” - 30 minutes well spent

Posted by , on 26 September 2017

I recently participated in “Skype a Scientist” – a program self-described as one that “matches scientists with classrooms” and “give(s) students the opportunity to get to know a ‘real scientist’”. ...

The Naked Scientists: from stem cells to brain cells

Posted by , on 12 April 2017

Last Sunday evening found me sitting in the BBC Cambridge radio studio, headphones on and mic in front of me, talking about developmental and stem cell biology with Dr. Chris ...

Post-doctoral position in Skeletal Evo-Devo: Canada

Posted by , on 28 October 2016

A post-doctoral position is available in the Franz-Odendaal Bone Development Lab to study the developmental basis of the vertebrate ocular skeleton in a comparative context. Highly motivated and independent individuals ...

On progressing your career and communicating your science- Advice from the SDB meeting

Posted by , on 17 August 2015

Last month I attended the SDB annual meeting in Utah, an excellent conference that featured great scientific talks and additional educative sessions covering outreach, inclusiveness and more. I tweeted extensively from ...

Pint of science- science in the pub

Posted by , on 24 May 2013

The pub is a quintessential British institution. It is the place where you meet your friends, have a drink with lab mates on a Friday night, and go for lunch ...

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