microPublication Biology is now indexed in PubMed

WormBase is happy to announce that the microPublication Biology journal is now fully listed in PubMed!

To make articles easier to cite and discover, every microPublication now receives a PubMed ID, a PubMed Central ID, and a DOI. If you have published with us in the past, consider updating your citations. Indexing is retroactive for all past articles.

You can see microPublications in PubMed by browsing the full index at
PubMed Central. Or look for microPublications during normal searches at PubMed or PubMed Central.

We look forward to receiving more submissions!

Under stay at home? Consider submitting a microPublication.

Lab or university closed? Under at stay at home directive, doing your part to help slow the rate and spread of Covid-19? Need a diversion and a break from the news? Consider drafting and submitting a microPublication.

microPublications are brief, single experiment peer-reviewed publications. You can also sign up to become a microPublication reviewer.

Important Dates for the 22nd International C. elegans Conference

The abstract submission deadline for the 22nd International C. elegans Conference is March 28th!

The conference will be held June 20-24, 2019 at UCLA.

For more information visit the conference website.

Abstract Submission
Deadline: March 28
Submit an abstract

Registration
Discounted early registration: April 30
Discounted advance registration: May 1 – June 17
Register for the conference

Housing Reservations
Deadline: May 15
Make a housing reservation

Sir John Sulston

We mourn the passing of one of the founders of our field. John Sulston was personally responsible for establishing the use of C. elegans to study development – with his stunning determination of the entire embryonic cell lineage by direct observation – as well as obtaining a complete genome sequence. He was a mentor and role model for many of us in the field who had the opportunity to work with him or know him personally, and an inspiration for many others who only knew him through papers and oral history. He demonstrated that comprehensive and careful description can lead to fundamental, mechanistic insights into biology and genomes. John also exemplified being collegial, community-minded, intellectually rigorous, scientifically intense and personally friendly.