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From local communication to global pattern recovery: spatio-temporal scales in segmentation clock and scientists

Posted by , on 30 June 2021

Koichiro Uriu, Bo-Kai Liao, Andrew Oates and Luis Morelli on the segmentation clock

When statistical physics meets developmental biology: Predicting the structural properties of embryonic tissues from a simple cell parameter

Posted by , on 7 May 2021

By Bernat Corominas-Murtra and Nicoletta I. Petridou Embryo morphogenesis is a play whose outcome is the result of a complex and delicate plot, made of balances and agreements among many ...

Out on a Flimb or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Trust the Mapping

Posted by , on 20 April 2021

Brent Hawkins recalls how mapping the zebrafish rephraim mutation brought insights into the fin-to-limb transition

Development presents... April webinar videos

Posted by , on 16 April 2021

Watch talks on sex hormones, enteric nervous system development and the HOX clock

An interview with Cagney Coomer

Posted by , on 29 March 2021

This interview by Aidan Maartens was recently published in Development. Dr Cagney Coomer received her PhD with Ann Morris at the University of Kentucky, where she studied zebrafish retinal development ...

Several positions in neurofilament biology (PhD, engineer & postdoc)

Posted by , on 18 February 2021

In the context of an ERC funded project, the laboratory of Dr. Bomont (NeuroMyoGene institute, Lyon, France) is recruiting several fellows. We are seeking highly motivated candidates for neuronal cytoskeleton, ...

Postdoc position in Cell and Developmental Biology: Mechanisms of collective cell migration

Posted by , on 9 February 2021

A postdoctoral research position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Michael Smutny at the Centre for Mechanochemical Cell Biology at Warwick Medical School, UK. The lab is focused on ...

Pairing of segmentation clock genes results in robust pattern formation

Posted by , on 4 February 2021

Oriana Zinani, Kemal Keseroğlu, Ahmet Ay and Ertuğrul Özbudak on how gene pairing promotes oscillations in segmentation

SciArt profiles: Sydney Wyatt

Posted by , on 4 February 2021

In our third SciArt Profile we meet Sydney Wyatt, a PhD student based at the University of California, Davis.   Where are you originally from, where do you work now, ...

Postdoctoral position to model Alzheimer’s disease with iPSC-derived neurons

Posted by , on 4 February 2021

A postdoctoral position is available in the Scholpp lab at the Living Systems Institute (LSI) at the University of Exeter (https://www.exeter.ac.uk/livingsystems/). The mission of the institute is to study the ...

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