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The Science New Wave

The Science New Wave is a movement to reimagine science in the cinema. Its manifesto states: Culture is Science. Science is Culture.Diversity Feeds The Ecosystem.Experiments Become Cinema.Structure Dictates Function.Science & Story Never Collide.We are all messengers. Traits from the Science New Wave manifesto. I learned about the Science New Wave from Alexis Gambis, a biologist […]

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Mechanobiology conference

Mechanobiology investigates the role of physical forces in embryonic development. This week, the conference Mechanobiology in development and disease is happening in the EMBL Heidelberg. I’ll present my work on how the fold that divides the head from the trunk in Drosophila embryos—the cephalic furrow—may have an important mechanical role for gastrulation.