María Roselló joined the lab. She will use her expertise in Bioinformatics and Developmental Biology to address how mayflies adapt to different environments and evolved new organs. Welcome, María!
Final version of our collaboration with the Belles lab at IBE-CSIC is now published in PNAS. Check it here
Perfect starting at the University of Barcelona, Isabel is one of Leonardo awardees from the BBVA fundation. With this project, we will investigate the origin of insect wings using our favorite animal, the mayfly Cloeon dipterum.
In addition, our project to investigate the turbanate eyes of mayfly males has been also awarded by the Spanish Research Council.
Exciting times ahead!
Two new preprints are out!
Slow cooked study on differences of ommatidia size in different species of Drosophila, together with McGregor, Posnien, Nunes and Arif labs:
And a great collaboration with Belles lab at IBE
Our contribution to the work elucidating the role of Srrm234 in flies is out. A great collaboration with Irimia and Prieto-Godino labs.
The report of the last SEBD2020 meeting is now published in International Journal of Developmental Biology:
We start the year with our contribution to the great work led by the Posnien lab:
Carlos presented his work on gill regeneration as a flash talk at the Spanish Society of Developmental Biology
cartoon: River Oracle inc.
Thanks to the Beatriz Galindo program, in June 2021, the lab will start at the Department of Genetics, Microbiology & Statistics at the University of Barcelona
We talk about our latest research on mayfly genomics in The Node:
You can also check our post in Nature Ecology & Evolution community, Mayflies take off: a new model to study insect evolution
The first generation of our mayfly colony has born in our new location in Barcelona. María made the honours assisting in the delivery.