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Travelling Fellowships from The Company of Biologists: Apply now!

Posted by , on 28 August 2019

The Company of Biologists’ journals – Development, Journal of Cell Science, Journal of Experimental Biology and Disease Models & Mechanisms – offer Travelling Fellowships of up to £2,500 to graduate students and post-doctoral researchers wishing to ...

More than papers…..

Posted by , on 26 March 2019

This is the latest dispatch from a recipient of a Development Travelling Fellowship, funded by our publisher The Company of Biologists. Learn more about the scheme, including how to apply, here, ...

Of mice and chicks...

Posted by , on 1 October 2018

This is the latest dispatch from a recipient of a Development Travelling Fellowship, funded by our publisher The Company of Biologists. Learn more about the scheme, including how to apply, here, ...

The story of my PhD…

Posted by , on 25 May 2018

(Chapter II – The Travelling Fellowship)   Hi! My name is André Dias and I am a PhD student in Portugal. I work in a wonderful institute called Instituto Gulbenkian ...

The tale of three cities – Valdivia, Jyväskylä and London

Posted by , on 23 January 2017

This is the latest dispatch from a recipient of a Company of Biologists Travelling Fellowship. Learn more about the scheme, including how to apply, here, and read more stories from the ...

A CoB-assisted adventure in lamprey embryology

Posted by , on 20 January 2017

This is the latest dispatch from a recipient of a Company of Biologists Travelling Fellowship. Learn more about the scheme, including how to apply, here, and read more stories from the ...

A Place where ECM biology and lymphangiogenesis flow together

Posted by , on 9 January 2017

This is the latest dispatch from a recipient of a Company of Biologists Travelling Fellowship. Learn more about the scheme, including how to apply, here, and read more stories from ...

Science in the City of Angels

Posted by , on 1 December 2016

Since the first reported results from Yamanaka et al. in 2006, pluripotent stem cell culture has become an advantageous approach for modeling human disorders and diseases. The directed differentiation of ...

Paris – Cambridge – Paris: a Megakaryocyte story

Posted by , on 14 November 2016

The first news came as a shock: so the British Railways are not always perfectly on time? For an Italian, that was a massive cultural shock. The second one was even more surprising: English weather ...

Journey to the East: from San Diego to Singapore

Posted by , on 18 July 2016

Axons in mature nervous systems regenerate poorly after injury, creating a major obstacle for recovery from neuronal injury. We know, however, that their regenerative capabilities are affected by both cell-extrinsic ...

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