- Prof Claudio Stern awarded one of seven Advanced Grants from ERC
- Prof David Becker nominated for BBSRC Innovator of the Year Award
- Young Embryologist Network Meeting
- Prof Lewis Wolpert at the world's only Philosophy Festival
- CDB PhD Student wins two prestigious awards
- Prof Christopher Dean wins Excellence in Medical Education Award
- Prof Steve Wilson interviewed in 'Development'
- CDB Scientists discover sense of direction is innate
- CDB Scientists discover genes 'decide who wins body’s battle with cancer'
- Cells’ grouping tactic points to new cancer treatments
- Prof Geoff Burnstock wins two prestigious awards
- The secret life of cells revealed
- Dr Greg Campbell wins UCL teaching award
- Dr Samuel Lee warns that women are risking their lives in pursuit of a child
- Head of CDB elected President of the International Society for Developmental Biology
- CDB scientist awarded prestigious Developmental Neurobiology prize
- CDB research highlighted in Emmy award-winning National Geographic film
- New funding for research into the genetic causes of Parkinson's, awarded to CDB
- Prof Steve Hunt prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award for Neuroscience
- Prof Claudio Stern interviewed on the implications of US stem cell funding ban lift
- CDB students win UCL Graduate School Research Poster Competition
- Reptile fossil reignites debate over New Zealand’s submergence
- CDB scientists identify mechanism behind brain asymmetry
- CDB Students win Prizes in UCL Graduate School Competition
- Antisocial, invasive cells cause secondary tumours, say UCL scientists
- Jurassic turtles could swim
- Scientists gain insight into motor neurone disease
- Neuroscientist receives international prize for ‘pioneering work’
- Prof Claudio Stern elected FRS
- Spirals shape how we think
- Found: The frog from hell
- How insulin could reduce scarring
- CDB New Grants Success
- CDB Professor appointed Sainsbury Wellcome Centre: Interim Director
- Crucial sex hormones re-routed by missing molecule
- Prof Zeki on how a blind man 'sees' the world
- Love: it’s all the same to the brain
- Prof Semir Zeki on BBC World Service 'The Forum'
- Zebrafish lab wins two Wellcome Image Awards
- UCL voted best place for postdocs to work
- CDB wins 1st prize in UCL Graduate School Competition
- Prestigious Beddington Medal awarded to CDB graduate Carlos Carmona-Fontaine
- Fossil Specimen is the "oldest pregnant lizard we have seen" says Prof Susan Evans
- Used postal stamps collection for the Leprosy Mission
- Sainsbury Wellcome Centre granted planning permission
- Salinas lab findings on halting Alzheimer's disease in mice published in Journal of Neuroscience
- CDB grad student Andrew Beale wins 1st prize in UCL Poster Competition
- CDB PhD Students Wins First Prize in Biosciences Research Poster Competition
- Stern Lab shows that somites can form without a clock
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Zebrafish lab wins two Wellcome Image Awards
24 January 2011
Professor Steve Wilson's lab has won two Wellcome Image Awards in this year's competition. The two winning images from Prof Steve Wilson's lab in CDB are as follows:
Winner: Monica Folgueira.
Confocal micrograph of a cavefish embryo at around five days
The embryo has been stained with an antibody against a calcium-binding protein (in green) to show different neuronal types and their processes in the nervous system. This staining also reveals taste buds, which are located around the mouth and along the body of the cavefish
Winner: Kara Cerveny.
This photomicrograph shows the retina from the eye of a three-day-old zebrafish (Danio rerio). Zebrafish are small tropical freshwater fish that are widely used in scientific research. The retina is viewed here from the front, as if the viewer is looking directly into the eye of the fish. This image is of the whole eye, created by reflecting half the image across its origin to represent the naturally occurring perfect symmetry observed in the zebrafish.
The 11th Wellcome Image Awards were announced on 23 February 2011,
recognising the creators of the most informative, striking and technically
excellent images among recent acquisitions to Wellcome Images, as chosen by a
panel of judges.
The winning images are on display in Wellcome Collection until 10 July 2011. See visitor information.
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