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A regeneration retrospective: planarians aplenty

Posted by , on 3 September 2023

This post is part of the regeneration retrospective series. In some ways, it’s difficult to imagine a better model of regeneration than the planarian flatworm. These comical, googly-eyed creatures have ...

SciArt profile: Mol Mir

Posted by , on 9 January 2023

In our first SciArt profile of 2023, we hear from Mol Mir, a Science Visualization specialist. Mol shares how a tour of an EM facility turn into a job, and ...

Postdoctoral researchers Solana lab

Posted by , on 2 March 2020

Single-cell analysis of planarian stem cell differentiation and regeneration   The Solana lab seeks to recruit two postdocs (an experimental and a computational researcher) to develop projects on single-cell analysis ...

Planarians…the key to regenerative medicine?

Posted by , on 31 March 2014

  Of all the animal models used in biology, the freshwater planarian flatworm is one of the most fascinating: first because roughly 10% of all planarian cells are stem cells, ...

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