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Pushing the limit: Magda Zernicka-Goetz featured on the latest edition of Science
By culturing human embryos for longer than ever, Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz is revealing their "powerful beauty" - and sparking debate
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Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz featured on the Sunday Times
The latest edition of A Life in the Day focuses on Magdalena's embryo research.
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The game of fate: tracing the origin of heterogeneity and symmetry breaking in the early mammalian embryo
New paper on Nature Communications by Magda Zernicka Goetz in collaboration with researchers from the University of Nevada digs into one of the central questions of developmental biology, single cell differentiation
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At the frontier of embryology - interview with Magda Zernicka-Goetz
The PDN scientist was interviewed by asian television channel NHK on her lab's recent advancements.
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Early-stage embryos with abnormalities may still develop into healthy babies
Abnormal cells in the early embryo are not necessarily a sign that a baby will be born with a birth defect such as Down’s syndrome, suggests new research by Zernicka-Goetz's lab. In a study published in Nature Communications, scientists show that abnormal cells are eliminated and replaced by healthy cells, repairing – and in some cases completely fixing – the embryo.
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Embryo development: Some cells are more equal than others even at four-cell stage
Genetic ‘signatures’ of early-stage embryos confirm that our development begins to take shape as early as the second day after conception, when we are a mere four cells in size, according to new research led by Magda Zernicka-Goetz's lab and EMBL-EBI. Although they seem to be identical, the cells of the two day-old embryo are already beginning to display subtle differences.
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Scientists develop human embryos beyond implantation stage for first time
A new technique that allows embryos to develop in vitro beyond the implantation stage (when the embryo would normally implant into the womb) has been developed by Zernicka-Goetz's lab, allowing them to analyse for the first time key stages of human embryo development up to 13 days after fertilisation. The technique could open up new avenues of research aimed at helping improve the chances of success of IVF.
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PDN scientists create artificial mouse ‘embryo’ from stem cells for first time
New tecnique developed by Magda Zernicka-Goetz's group published on Science
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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
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Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz awarded international IVI Foundation Award
Prof Zernicka-Goetz was awarded the IVI Foundation Award for Basic Research in Reproductive Medicine 2017.
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