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Exploring Mammary Gland Development and Evolution with Organoid Technology

Posted by , on 6 February 2024

What is the set of instructions that directs cells as they form a tissue, and how did this set of instructions evolve throughout species evolution? In a new study, we ...

Development Journal Meeting: From Stem Cells to Human Development

Posted by , on 19 January 2024

Back in early 2013, Olivier Pourquie (Development’s then Editor-in-Chief) and I were working hard to integrate stem cell biology into Development. Reading papers and attending conferences, much of the focus ...

The backbone of stem cell derived embryos — featured image from the Node-BSDB virtual art exhibition

Posted by , on 20 December 2023

In the recent BSDB-the Node virtual art exhibition, Christoph Markus Haefelfinger’s ‘The backbone of stem cell derived embryos’ was selected as the Judges’ Choice runner-up in the ‘Scientific images’ category. ...

Plasticity of the Haematopoietic Niche: from Embryonic Development to Aging and Disease

Posted by , on 11 December 2023

Special Issue I am glad to announce a new Research Topic / Special Issue for the journal Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences (IF 5.0), edited by Prof Rio Sugimura (University of Hong ...

10th Advances in Stem Cell Biology Course (Institut Pasteur, Paris, France) - Course report

Posted by , on 21 August 2023

Every year, the Pasteur Institute of Paris organizes a course on Advances in Stem Cell Biology (ASCB). Directed by Professors Laure Bally-Cuif and Shahragim Tajbakhsh, this course brings together over ...

Cell biologist turned fruit-fly fuelled biotech entrepreneur (you can do it too!)

Posted by , on 31 July 2023

I’m a trained PhD cell biologist (University of Alberta 2019), where I spent days and days locked in a dark closet taking confocal microscopy photos of fluorescently labelled organelles (my ...

Assembling a "Stem Cell Zoo"

Posted by , on 12 July 2023

One of the most fascinating observations that comes from comparing mammalian development is the difference in developmental tempo across species (Ebisuya & Briscoe, 2018). Mice and humans develop through a ...

Lab meeting with the Excellent Unit of Wildlife Stem Cells

Posted by , on 4 July 2023

The Excellent Unit of Wildlife Stem Cells (eWIS) in Thailand brings together a team of stem cell scientists and veterinarians to establish a biobank of stem cells derived from endangered ...

Living up to your cnidarian potential

Posted by , on 22 June 2023

Áine Varley tells the story behind the paper “Pluripotent, germ cell competent adult stem cells underlie cnidarian regenerative ability and clonal growth”.

Developing news... stem cells edition

Posted by , on 21 June 2023

Preprints on human stem cell-based embryo models; developing guidance on stem cell use and a survey to assess inclusivity.

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