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Pavel Tomancak
Developmental biologist with interest in imaging, computer science and evolution, The Funding Father of Fiji, SF and hockey fan, , Tweets are my own.
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Lionel Page Sep 19
One of the most awe inspiring episodes in the history of science. How Eratosthenes, a Greek living 2300 years ago, proved the Earth was round, and calculated its size... with two sticks. Brilliantly narrated by Carl Sagan.
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The end of another era . We will miss you Caren, but hey, Portugal is not so far...
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Pavel Tomancak Sep 20
Imaging of and with microscopy. Another project facilitated by practical course on light sheet microscopy. Image analysis powered by supercomputer and
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Pavel Tomancak Sep 20
Wonderful choice. Congratulations Ruth!
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Julia Fernandez Sep 19
Mastodonte, happy teacher!!
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HHMI | Janelia Sep 19
RNA gets around cells by hitchhiking on lysosomes, per new research from and published today in .
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Pavel Tomancak Sep 18
Great PI, great lab, great institute.
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Lauren Sumner-Rooney Sep 17
Very excited for this work starting soon with and 👀🎉🎉
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IST Austria Sep 17
Congratulations to Professor Daria Siekhaus who was nominated as one of their best reviewers by the journal Developmental Cell, !
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nature Sep 17
A Nature paper demonstrates an autonomous bicycle powered by a new type of artificial intelligence chip, which combines brain-inspired and computer-science-based approaches to AI. Read the paper:
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MPI-CBG Dresden Sep 17
Protective protein islands for the cytoskeleton: Tau proteins form a protective layer around microtubules. Publication from in .
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mesoSPIM Sep 16
The paper is out in Nature Methods! Many thanks to and all co-authors, including and all the others!
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Pavel Tomancak Sep 16
Replying to @AMartinezArias
Great find Alfonso. Thanks!
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A. Martinez Arias Sep 16
The things one finds in the web! Only for but, if you are interested in the origins of this is useful, though heavy
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Ankita Jha 👀👓 Sep 15
What an amazing week it was at with all the junior scientists. I couldn't thank for being such awesome organisers. It was one of a kind where tool builders and the biologists who seek their help got together & will continue.
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Max Planck Society Sep 14
Pioneer of environmentalism: happy 250th birthday, Alexander von ! Born in 1769 in , the fearless explorer, geographer & naturalist saw nature as a web of life & anticipated human-induced climate change more than 200 years ago.
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Pavel Tomancak Sep 15
Replying to @manorlaboratory
Never give up, never surrender.
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Pavel Tomancak Sep 15
I think most people who know me will consider this statement to be sarcastic. If serious, then thanks! I try and fail...
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Freddy Frischknecht Sep 14
Happy birthday Alexander von Humboldt. If even the tabloids (here Bild) celebrate, you made it amongst the rock stars (Beethoven, Goethe etc). Maybe we should celebrate our more actively? Remember him not just as traveller but also as philanthropist and teacher.
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Vikas Trivedi Sep 14
Our latest preprint: Self-organised symmetry breaking in zebrafish reveals feedback from morphogenesis to pattern formation by Kerim Anlas
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