It is time to renew your 2015 SDB membership!
The 74th SDB Annual Meeting will be held at an elevation of 8100 feet in Snowbird, Utah.
Seven regional SDB meetings will be held in 2014: Northwest, West Coast, Southwest, Midwest. Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast.
Check out the latest issues of Developmental Biology, the official journal of the Society for Developmental Biology. Above covers, left to right: transverse section through stage 43 Xenopus tadpole hindbrain (Feb 1); primary cilia and basal bodies in somites of zebrafish embryo (Jan 15); and 4-day post-partem mouse testis (Jan 1).
This innovative, cross disciplinary resource, published in association with the Society for Developmental Biology, will be moving to subscription in 2014. To ensure that your institution and colleagues continue to receive access to this invaluable resource make sure you recommend the title to your librarian here.
SDB CoRe is an online reference database of peer-reviewed images, movies, and diagrams for learning and teaching developmental biology from the Society for Developmental Biology. Image credit: Implanting Mouse Blastocyst by Mary Wallingford
Check out the latest edition of SDB e-news featuring the 2014 annual meeting report and interviews with the 2014 SDB award winners.