Have you ever wanted to travel back in time and understand how animal life came to be? This series might be your best chance. Join researchers as they ask the same overarching question: what did animal ancestors look like? In an attempt to answer this question, we will discuss modern methods in science, take a look at the fossil record, how cells shape the bodies of different animals and how they evolve. Bring along your burning questions on the origins and evolution of animal life and join in the discussion.
A Graduate Research Assistant Early Stage Researcher post is available immediately until the end of December 2021 at the Exeter Campus funded as part of an EU H2020 Marie-Sklodowska Curie Innovative Training Network. The one year post includes a PhD programme within the College of Life and Environmental Sciences.
EvoCELL Short term Early Stage Researcher (MSCA): User Experience/lnteraction designer for the development of an online exhibition prototype
Our Mission: Discovering and describing /ife and earth - with peop/e, through dia/ogue. The Museum für Naturkunde - Leibniz Institute tor Evolution and Biodiversity Science is an excellent and integrated research museum within the Leibniz Association. lts activities...
When basic experiments are not so basic and when your eyes are biased by your hypothesis. Let’s keep our minds and (re)sources open 😉
About the team/job The position is available from the EvoCELL Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (www.evocell-itn.eu). EvoCELL comprises 12 European partner laboratories working together to investigate the evolution of animal cell types by comparative...
How we zoom in on each other in challenging times, how I joined Norwegian pint to talk about Red sausages and past&present
Hi all, I'm back to talk about something I tried out recently: explaining my thesis in under 3 minutes... I somehow decided it would be a good idea to partecipate to this event after receiving an enticing email from my university. I thought "it will take me only 3...
Hi all, Long time no see! As the, real, wet, messy science is on hold due to a global pandemic I decided to sketch something for the category “off science”. So, embrace yourself for cuteness and lightness! And meet Pesto, the black kitten. Part 1:Part 2:
About the team/job The EvoCELL network comprises 11 European partner laboratories joining forces to elucidate the evolution of animal cell types by comparative whole-body single-cell RNA-seq approaches. We are looking for a skilled bioinformatician to set up and...
Welcome back to the pod! This episode is here as a testament to the old, simple times, also known as last month. We recorded it in February, when all of us took it more or less for granted that we are able to gather in Paris for an international meeting to discuss...
FILLED: EvoCELL ITN short-term fellowship “Single-Cell sequencing and live imaging of marine embryos”
EvoCELL ITN short-term fellowship
A short-term (up to 9 month) fellowship to conduct a research project about the evolution of larval body plans is available in the lab of Prof. Dr. Andreas Hejnol at the Department of Biological Sciences (University of Bergen, Norway).
Ever wondered how the first year of a science PhD student can look like? Is it even a job? Literature review, finding keywords, getting to know the studied animals, sometimes frustrating outcome of experiments, learning how to analyze the data and more.
Evolution is a fascinating topic! It is often defined as a scientific framework that attempts to explain the origin of life and its diversity. Explaining the possible origins of life and the diverse forms extinct (of past) and extant (of present) however, presents a...
OPEN: A Graduate Research Assistant Early Stage Researcher post at Living Systems Institute, College of Life and Environmental Science, Exeter
A Graduate Research Assistant Early Stage Researcher post is available for 12 months at the Exeter Campus funded as part of an EU H2020 Marie-Sklodowska Curie Innovative Training Network.
Merry Christmas everyone, The Telford lab is proud to present you... The Christmas oysters and the Christmas 10x kits. (I personally never had such expensive decorations on my tree all my life!!!) Have a lovely holidays, Ho Ho Ho! Laura