The Society for Developmental Biology 82nd Annual Meeting
This preList is made up of the preprints discussed during the Society for Developmental Biology 82nd Annual Meeting that took place in Chicago in July 2023.
|List by||Joyce Yu, Katherine Brown|
EMBO | EMBL Symposium: The organism and its environment
This preList contains preprints discussed during the 'EMBO | EMBL Symposium: The organism and its environment', organised at EMBL Heidelberg, Germany (May 2023).
|List by||Girish Kale|
CSHL 87th Symposium: Stem Cells
Preprints mentioned by speakers at the #CSHLsymp23
|List by||Alex Eve|
Journal of Cell Science meeting ‘Imaging Cell Dynamics’
This preList highlights the preprints discussed at the JCS meeting 'Imaging Cell Dynamics'. The meeting was held from 14 - 17 May 2023 in Lisbon, Portugal and was organised by Erika Holzbaur, Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, Rob Parton and Michael Way.
|List by||Helen Zenner|
9th International Symposium on the Biology of Vertebrate Sex Determination
This preList contains preprints discussed during the 9th International Symposium on the Biology of Vertebrate Sex Determination. This conference was held in Kona, Hawaii from April 17th to 21st 2023.
|List by||Martin Estermann|
“Make your negative result a preprint winner” competition (ASAPbio)
In January 2023, ASAPbio hosted a competition titled "Make your negative result a preprint winner". This competition serves to highlight the importance of sharing negative and inconclusive results via preprints with the scientific community. Science is an iterative process that is built upon previous findings, not all of which confirm our hypothesis. Many times, we stumble upon roadblocks and data that do not confirm the null hypothesis and are hence negative results. Many researchers do not report such data, but they are still results that are useful to drive the research forward! A group of ASAPbio fellows wanted to celebrate sharing of “negative or inconclusive” findings and organized a competition to support preprints in any field of experimental or computational biology. This preList lists the 3 winners of the competition.
|List by||Kanika Khanna|