Guy Blanchard, Stephen Young & Richard Adams image featured on cover Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B
Clare Baker's group reveals how the electroreceptor cells in fish and the inner ear hair cells in other vertebrates are closely related in new paper published on eLife
The 3-year program was jointly awarded for an international collaboration research project.
New study by Franze lab on Nature Communications reveals possible reasons why neurons do not regenerate after injury in mammals
Sildenafil may be a good candidate for human translational antioxidant therapy to protect fetal the developing cardiovascular system, reveals new study by Dino Giussani featured on the cover of the Journal of Physiology
A small fly posseses the remarkable ability to detect and intercept its prey mid-air, changing direction mid-flight if necessary before sweeping round for the kill, new research on Current Biology reveals
PDN's Wolfram Schultz jointly awarded The 2017 Brain Prize for his analysis of reward recognition and processing.
New tecnique developed by Magda Zernicka-Goetz's group published on Science
Graham Burton and Andrew Murrey discuss the similarities between placental development and tumour biology in latest Placenta article
Early warning signs of Huntington’s disease have been uncovered in a sheep carrying the human disease-causing genetic variant, providing new insights into this devastating illness, a new study in Scientific Reports has found.
Levels of thyroid hormone in babies influence insulin-secreting cells of the pancreas, according to a new study published in The Journal of Physiology.
Small RNA-seq analysis reveals that miR-182 is the most abundant miRNA in RGC axons
Magda Zernicka-Goetz's research named as People’s Choice for Science magazine’s ‘Breakthrough of the Year 2016’
Research by Magda Zernicka-Goetz lab has been named as the People’s Choice for Science magazine’s ‘Breakthrough of the Year 2016’ for embryo research
Sildenafil therapy for fetal cardiovascular dysfunction during hypoxic development: studies in the chick embryo
The study published in the Journal of Physiology suggests that sildenafil is a good candidate for human therapy to protect the chronically hypoxic fetus in adverse pregnancy
Computer analysis unveils new details about the auditory system of naked mole rats in a new study by Matt Mason, published in PLOS One
Franze and lab members Joy Thompson and Sarah Foster talk about their recent Nature Neuroscience paper
To mark the 300th anniversary of the opening of the first Anatomical School in Cambridge, PDN is proud to unveil new mural in the foyer of the Anatomy Building.
Dr Andrew Murray was featured on the Telegraph regarding the High Court ruling about the teenager allowed to be frozen after death
By culturing human embryos for longer than ever, Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz is revealing their "powerful beauty" - and sparking debate
The award is sponsored by Pistoia Alliance, a group of life science industry experts.
Protein DLKI in blood of pregnant women may predict possible pregnancy complications and poor fetal growth
Mary Cleaton from CRT was featured in a paper published in Nature Genetics.
New research from Randall Johnson's team, published on Nature, reveals how a small molecule turns short-lived ‘killer T-cells’ into long-lived, renewable cells that can last in the body for longer, and could help make cell-based immunotherapy a realistic prospect to treat cancer.
The Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology has awarded the title to Prof Giussani for his major contributions to obstetrics, gynaecology and to the wellbeing of women
New review from Paloma Gonzalez-Bellido and Samuel Fabian on Current Opinion in Neurobiology highlights how compound eyes in insects may be beneficial for visualizing small, fast targets
Researchers have identified a new mechanism controlling brain development: that neurons not only ‘smell’ chemicals in their environment, but also ‘feel’ their way through the developing brain.
New research provides the first clear evidence that the amount of nutrients transported to the foetus by the placenta adjusts according to both the foetal drive for growth, and the mother’s physical ability to provide.
Graham Burton, Abigail Fowden and Kent Thornburg from PDN and CTR featured in an article on Physiological Reviews
Prof Christine Holt from the PDN has received the 2016 Antonio Champalimaud Vision Award, the largest in the world in the field of vision
Professor Andrea Brand and Professor David Klenerman have been awarded Royal Society Research Professorships.