Image of the Day: Impaired Meiosis
Image of the Day: Impaired Meiosis
A phthalate commonly found in shampoos, cosmetics, and cleaning products disrupts reproduction in worms.
Image of the Day: Impaired Meiosis
Image of the Day: Impaired Meiosis

A phthalate commonly found in shampoos, cosmetics, and cleaning products disrupts reproduction in worms.

A phthalate commonly found in shampoos, cosmetics, and cleaning products disrupts reproduction in worms.

bumble bees, developmental biology
Image of the Day: Impaired Meiosis
Image of the Day: Impaired Meiosis
Amy Schleunes | Feb 7, 2020
A phthalate commonly found in shampoos, cosmetics, and cleaning products disrupts reproduction in worms.
Image of the Day: Neural Branching Gene
Image of the Day: Neural Branching Gene
Emily Makowski | Jan 20, 2020
A gene involved in a newly described syndrome affects neural functioning in fruit fly embryos.
Image of the Day: Kidney Lymphatics
Image of the Day: Kidney Lymphatics
Amy Schleunes | Jan 15, 2020
Single-cell-resolution imaging offers a glimpse into lymphatic vessel formation in the mouse embryo.
Aneuploidy Could Explain Variability in Female Fertility: Study
Aneuploidy Could Explain Variability in Female Fertility: Study
Catherine Offord | Jan 13, 2020
Eggs from girls and from older women show higher rates of errors in chromosome number.
A Woman of Firsts, Early 20th Century
A Woman of Firsts, Early 20th Century
Emily Makowski | Jan 13, 2020
Florence Sabin was known for her pioneering research and efforts to support women in science.
Transposons Identified as Likely Cause of Undiagnosed Diseases
Transposons Identified as Likely Cause of Undiagnosed Diseases
Jef Akst | Jan 13, 2020
A tool for identifying jumping gene insertions in DNA sequencing data turns up possible explanations for four patients’ rare developmental disorders.
Opinion: Interdisciplinary Approach Needed to Crack Morphogenesis
Opinion: Interdisciplinary Approach Needed to Crack Morphogenesis
Joshua Finkelstein, Kelly McLaughlin, and Michael Levin | Dec 1, 2019
Physicists, geneticists, computer scientists, and biologists are working together to gain a full appreciation of the intricacies of organismal growth and form.
Worm Embryogenesis: Cell by Cell and Gene by Gene
Worm Embryogenesis: Cell by Cell and Gene by Gene
Kerry Grens | Dec 1, 2019
A single-cell map of C. elegans’s transcriptome during development finds cell lineages that start out genetically different and end up as cells of similar function and genetic profile.
Image of the Day: Horns and Wings
Image of the Day: Horns and Wings
Emily Makowski | Nov 29, 2019
Scarab beetle horns share a common genetic origin with wings.
Image of the Day: Sea Cucumber Hormone Therapy
Image of the Day: Sea Cucumber Hormone Therapy
Emily Makowski | Oct 28, 2019
Researchers will inject a relaxin-like hormone into sea cucumbers to boost the animals’ numbers.