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An interview with the 2024 GfE Hilde Mangold Award winner — Daniel Wehner

Posted by , on 2 April 2024

Daniel Wehner is group leader at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light and the Max-Planck-Zentrum für Physik und Medizin in Erlangen.

Building and Rebuilding Complex Tissues Conference – 18 July 2024, Robinson College, Cambridge

Posted by , on 7 February 2024

Dear all,  We are delighted to be partnering with the British Society for Developmental Biology and the International Society for Regenerative Biology to deliver a one-day international meeting tackling the ...

Lab Meeting with the Maurange Lab

Posted by , on 14 December 2023

Meet the members of the Maurange Lab, based in the Institut de Biologie de Développement de Marseille (IBDM).

Catch up on Development presents… October webinar on neurodevelopment and regeneration

Posted by , on 5 October 2023

Catch up on the talks on neurodevelopment and regeneration from Baptiste Libé-Philippot, Idoia Quintana Urzainqui and Leo Otsuki.

A regeneration retrospective: go fish

Posted by , on 8 September 2023

This post is part of the regeneration retrospective series. First, I’d be remiss not to acknowledge that most of my posts have been on vertebrate systems when many invertebrates are ...

Development presents... October webinar on neurodevelopment and regeneration

Posted by , on 8 September 2023

Our first webinar in October will be chaired by Development Editor Debby Silver (Duke University) and features three early-career researchers studying neurodevelopment and regeneration. The webinar will be held using ...

A regeneration retrospective: hands-on hard graft

Posted by , on 7 September 2023

This post is part of the regeneration retrospective series. Yesterday, we went through a couple of examples of amphibian tail regeneration. Limb regeneration is another example of epimorphic regeneration, which ...

A regeneration retrospective: a budding tale

Posted by , on 6 September 2023

This post is part of the regeneration retrospective series. Epimorphic regeneration, the process of replacing lost appendages, is probably the most impressive example of tetrapod vertebrate regeneration. Vertebrate appendages, such ...

A regeneration retrospective: time heals all wounds

Posted by , on 5 September 2023

This post is part of the regeneration retrospective series. Wound healing is a crucial process in both regenerating and non-regenerating tissues. In addition to restoring the biological function of a ...

A regeneration retrospective: muscle memory lane

Posted by , on 4 September 2023

This post is part of the regeneration retrospective series. Unlike many other mammalian tissues, adult skeletal muscle has a remarkable aptitude for regeneration. Even after severe and repeated damage, functional ...

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