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J Cell Sci (2022) 135 (18): jcs260561.
Published: 20 September 2022
... missed) Douglas Adams once said, “I love deadlines. I love the whooshing sound they make as they go by.” Besides, we were talking about something important: the Great Resignation of recent graduates opting not to do a postdoc. If you are just joining us, we have been talking about very good reasons...
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J Cell Sci (2022) 135 (17): jcs260521.
Published: 13 September 2022
... professions are buying hot new cars and even homes, is galling. I don't blame you at all. If you are just joining us, we have been talking about the Great Resignation, especially as it applies to graduate students completing their degrees who have chosen not to continue on the rocky road to independent...
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J Cell Sci (2022) 135 (16): jcs260499.
Published: 30 August 2022
... that doesn't involve military action and promises steady promotion (at least, until the next movie). No matter what we have succeeded in doing, we have to keep doing it again. 1. Academic science is hard Is there a Great Resignation among graduate students completing their degrees? Maybe so, based...
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J Cell Sci (1862) s2-2 (5): 26–31.
Published: 1 January 1862
... of polarized light; but many have resigned this branch, deeming it exhausted. There can be, however, no greater mistake than this. Every day new phenomena start up which we have no means of proving except by this peculiar test. The difference in many crystals (as to form as well as substance), we have no other...
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J Cell Sci (1864) s2-4 (16): 282–292.
Published: 1 October 1864
... are favourites with the scientific men of Great Britain. As a physiologist, no microscopist could complain that Dr. Carpenter has neglected to chronicle and estimate those researches which alone could be carried on with the microscope. He has everywhere recognised research by the aid of this instrument...
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J Cell Sci (1861) s2-1 (3): 221–230.
Published: 1 July 1861
.... The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, No. 38 . . . . Purchased. Hay Society. Blackwall's Spiders of Great Britain and Ireland, Part 1, 1861 . . . Ditto. Researches on the Intimate Structure of the Brain. By J. Lockhart Clarke, Esq., F.R.S. . . The Author. Further Researches on the Grey Substance...
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J Cell Sci (1869) s2-9 (35): 318–326.
Published: 1 July 1869
... at all. Mr. Archer felt sure that those who had seen a living Gromia must acknowledge the great difference in character of the pseudopodia, apart from the test being membranous in that genus, and the presence of the fringe-like border of processes in this form. In character of pseudopodia there is more...
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J Cell Sci (1869) s2-9 (34): 194–218.
Published: 1 April 1869
...), searching for it without success, until an accident revealed its peculiar habitat, and then it was found in great quan- tities. One day, during the prevalence of a "Grande Maree," while wading up to his waist ou the edge of the coral reef off the north-west side of He Curieuse, his foot sunk...
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J Cell Sci (1967) 2 (3): 435–444.
Published: 1 September 1967
... (see Verratti, 1902 ), but, despite the great interest in the physiological aspects of muscular contraction during the last 50 years, it was not until just over ten years ago, with the publication of several electron-microscopical studies of various vertebrate striated muscle fibres, that interest...
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J Cell Sci (1873) s2-13 (49): 59–74.
Published: 1 January 1873
... of this book is a very serious matter, as well for the reputation of English science as for the cause of the diffusion of sound knowledge among the wider public. It contains either the exposition of a great discovery and the final demonstration of the truth of views on the nature and origin of living forms...
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J Cell Sci (1873) s2-13 (50): 200–216.
Published: 1 April 1873
... " On the Histology and Growth of the Skull of the Tit and the Sparrow-Hawk." On December 11th, a numerous company of Fellows met at a "Scientific Evening," in the great hall of King's College, when many objects of interest were exhibited. Among other objectives were a -fa and a by Messrs. Powell and Lealand...
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J Cell Sci (1931) s2-74 (295): 363–382.
Published: 1 April 1931
..., 1929. It may be mentioned that in the first and in the last of these notices the date of Lankester's resignation of the Linacre Chair in Oxford to go to the British Museum is wrongly given as 1892 instead of 1898. NO. 295 B b 364 E. S. GOODRICH the parasites of the Cockroach in 1865, and wrote several...
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J Cell Sci (1866) s2-6 (21): 53–73.
Published: 1 January 1866
... " of that Society had been transmitted and would be placed in the library. The Secretary stated that there were no papers to be read. He also announced the resignation of the late Curator of the Society, and the appointment of Mr. Evans to that office. The members were requested to return to the Secretary all books...
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J Cell Sci (1907) s2-51 (202): 167–220.
Published: 1 May 1907
... of von Graff (1905-1906), Geddes (1879, 1879 A, 1882), Haber- landt (1891), and ourselves (1903), to dense layers of green cells. These green cells are distributed with great uniformity in the body, and extend from just below the epidermis into the deeper tissues. Only in the anterior end of the body...