This set of web pages is designed to provide supplementary material for the teaching of developmental biology to undergraduates. This project was originally begun with support from the Lilly Teaching Fellows Program and the National Science Foundation Young Investigator Program. It is an ongoing project to make dynamic data available to students that can be viewed outside of the classroom, and was originally designed as a supplement to Jeff Hardin's Zoology 470 - Introduction to Animal Development course at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Click on one of the pictures below to go to a module featuring a particular model organism...
Important news: This site is being upgraded dramatically. Dynamics of Development 2.0 is designed for modern browsers and higher bandwidths. Here's an example banner from the new site:
The Echinoderms portion of the new site is in beta. To go there now, click here.