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An interview with Marco Podobnik, GfE PhD award winner 2024

Posted by , on 25 April 2024

An interview with the 2024 GfE PhD award recipient Marco Podobnik, who worked on pigment pattern diversification in Danio fish species at the Nüsslein-Volhard laboratory.

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.

Featured Resource: Daniocell

Posted by , on 20 February 2024

Daniocell is an exploratory tool that allows users to navigate pre-computed, time-resolved gene expression information for each cell type during zebrafish development.

Earning your Green stripes: enhancing sustainability in zebrafish research

Posted by , on 6 January 2024

Within our collective of zebrafish labs at UCL, the sheer volume of single-use plastic Petri dishes we breeze through is staggering – a staggering 130 kg per year, to be ...

A flipbook of zebrafish embryogenesis

Posted by , on 3 January 2024

A 'flipbook' of zebrafish embryogenesis in the 1996 issue of Development.

Temperature, variability and the robustness of development

Posted by , on 29 December 2023

Find out the story behind the paper about temperature sensitivity across cell types in zebrafish embryos, from first author Mike Dorrity.

The power of micropeptides in brains and society

Posted by , on 18 December 2023

In this piece, I reflect on my recent scientific work as a lesson on how reductive definitions can overlook some of the most impactful discoveries and individuals in a collective.

Be beating, my still heart!

Posted by , on 25 October 2023

Read this story behind the paper "A bioelectrical phase transition patterns the first vertebrate heartbeats" from first author Bill Jia.

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 ...

A tale of two fishes

Posted by , on 25 August 2023

Krista Gert, a recent doctoral graduate from Andrea (Andi) Pauli’s lab at the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) in Vienna, Austria, recently published a study on how Bouncer, a small egg ...

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