MBI postdoctoral fellows engage in an integrated program of tutorials, working seminars, workshops, and interactions with their mathematical and bioscience collaborators. These activities are geared toward providing the tools to pursue an independent research program with an emphasis on collaborative research...
Why Zebrafish (Almost) Always Have Stripes
One of the most remarkable things about the iconic yellow and blue stripes of zebrafish is that they reliably appear at all. Zebrafish begin life as transparent embryos, with three types of pigment cells on their skin. As they develop, the pigment cells somehow manage to organize themselves almost without fail into the stripes we all know...
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