Disease, evolution, neurology, and drugs: Fruit fly research continues to teach us about human biology

Over 1,500 scientists from 30 countries and 46 states will attend the 56th Annual Drosophila Research Conference. The conference will feature close to 1,000 presentations (including 170 talks) describing cutting-edge research on genetics, developmental biology, cancer, stem cells, neurology, epigenetics, genetic disease, aging, immunity, behavior, drug discovery, and technology. It is the largest meeting in the world that brings together researchers who use the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster to study biology. —> Read More Here


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