The new JoVE Developmental Biology section is a powerful resource that enables researchers to capture and share methods for the first time on video so that others can accurately reproduce leading research.
Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) January 12, 2015
JoVE, the world’s first peer-reviewed scientific video journal, announced today the introduction of its latest JoVE Journal section, Developmental Biology. Similar to the other nine sections of JoVE Journal, Developmental Biology features insightful video articles authored by renowned experts in the field and produced in-house by JoVE scientists, editors and videographers.
JoVE Journal is the leading video journal focused on Biomedical and Physical research. With millions of users in 43 countries, JoVE Journal is published monthly. Each edition delivers 80 new video articles featuring prominent methods and applications. The unique JoVE format enables researchers, scientists and students to stay abreast of the latest research methods in their fields and to quickly and efficiently transfer knowledge of experimental procedures.
"I'm delighted to publish my research in the JoVE Journal,” said Dr. Zhong Wang, assistant professor of cardiac surgery at the University of Michigan. "The new Jove Developmental Biology section is a powerful resource that enables researchers to capture and share methods for the first time on video so that others can accurately reproduce leading research."
Specific topics included in the Developmental Biology section are:
- Gametogenesis and fertilization
- Morphogenesis and organogenesis
- Stem cell biology and nuclear reprogramming
- Regeneration and repair
- Mechanisms of differentiation
- Genetic and epigenetic control of development
- Evolutionary developmental biology
- Aging and senescence
“Developmental Biology is one of the largest areas of the current biological sciences, employing a multitude of complex and rapidly developing research methodologies,” said Dr. Moshe Pritsker, JoVE co- founder and CEO. “It is also a core subject within graduate and undergraduate programs in biological subjects,” Pritsker continued. “We’re excited to add this special JoVE section and to increase productivity and reproducibility in this important field through video publication.”
For more information, contact Kathryn(dot)hughes(at)jove(dot)com.
JoVE is the leading creator and publisher of video solutions that increase productivity in scientific research and education. JoVE has produced nearly 4,000 videos demonstrating experiments from laboratories at top research institutions and delivered online to millions of scientists, educators and students worldwide. JoVE institutional subscribers comprise nearly 800 universities, colleges, biotech and pharmaceutical companies, including such leaders as Harvard, MIT, Yale, Stanford, Princeton and Caltech. Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, JoVE maintains offices throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and Australia. Please visit http://www.jove.com to learn more.