In recent months, members of the in-house Development team have interviewed a number of prominent stem cell researchers and developmental biologists, many of whom are closely connected to the journal - as Editors, Editorial Board Members, authors, referees and readers. In these interviews, we've talked about what makes Development special, the links between developmental biology and stem cell science and where those fields are going, and about some of the highlights in the careers of our interviewees. We've also had some fun - playing games of 'guess who' and singing along to Bruce Springsteen!
Here, we've collected all the videos we've produced, and we'll continue to add to the collection over the coming months. You can also find all the videos of these interviews on our YouTube channel, along with other videos from the journal and The Company of Biologists.
We hope you enjoy watching these as much as we did making them!
- Austin Smith
- Jürgen Knoblich
- Janet Rossant
- Benoit Bruneau
- Shinya Yamanaka
- Gordon Keller
- Liz Robertson
- Melissa Little
Austin Smith, Stem Cell Institute, University of Cambridge, and Editor at Development
Jürgen Knoblich, IMBA, Vienna
Janet Rossant, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
Benoit Bruneau, Gladstone Institutes, San Francisco, and Editor at Development
Shinya Yamanaka, CiRA, Kyoto
Gordon Keller, UHN, Toronto, and Editor at Development
Liz Robertson, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford, and Editor at Development
Melissa Little, MRCI, Melbourne, and Guest Editor at Development