It takes two to court

How does the mammalian brain processes sensory information to elicit courtship behaviors?

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A brand new tune

The musicians are the same but the tune is new, when the unusual interplay of Notch and BMP shapes a critical eye structure, reports Ting Xie.

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Patterns of development

For a tiny embryo to grow into an adult organism, the activity of thousands of genes must be tightly orchestrated. Julia Zeitlinger studies this intricate molecular dance.

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Explore and discover

Summer Scholars pursue independent, hands-on research projects that challenge their imagination and allow them to experience the excitement of discovery firsthand.

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A Vibrant Community

The Stowers Institute attracts the best minds from all over the world. At last count, our scientists and students hailed from 30 different countries.

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Meet Our Scientists

Metastatic cancer and embryos share an important feature: cells that are on the move. Imaging expert Paul Kulesa studies the molecular signals that choreograph the embryonic migrations hoping to learn more about cancer cell’s deadly invasions.

In the Spotlight

Deadline for applications is October 31. For more information, and to submit your application, visit our faculty search page.

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Graduate School

The Graduate School of The Stowers Institute

Get on a creative and stimulating path towards your PhD in Biology. Application materials are due on or before December 1, 2014. 

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