We are happy to share that 3 pre-prints reporting exciting new results by the FOR2581 members are now available: (more…)
Close to 120 participants gathered in the Heidelberg old town for an exciting 3 days symposium on Plant Morphodynamics. In addition to an exceptional line up of invited speakers and selected talks, participants enjoyed a very lively poster session and could enjoy well deserved relaxed evenings in the old town. The keynotes lectures given by Rico Coen and Dominique Bergman...
The Research unit Plant Morphodynamics was involved in the recent EMBO / Company of Biologists course on plant live imaging that took place at ItBM in Nagoya (Japan). (more…)
The FOR2581 will hold its symposium on quantitative Morphodynamics on September 9th-11th in Heidelberg. We gathered a very nice line up of speakers to discuss plant morphogenesis. All details can be found here.
A PhD position to study morphogenesis in the shoot apical meristem in the Lohmann laboratory is currently open. See the Jobs section.
A scientist position for a Cell or Developmental Biologist is currently open. See the Jobs section.
One PhD position in Computational Developmental Biology of Ovule is currently open. See the Jobs section.
We are looking to hire a scientific software developer to develop solutions for the processing of 3D+time microscopy images, set-up convenient image analysis workflows, ensure smooth interoperation between the software packages involved and support the members of the unit. More details in the job section.
One PhD position in theoretical biological physics and one PhD position for an experimental developmental biologist are currently open. See the Jobs section.
FOR2581 is now on twitter: @PlantMorphoDynamics