Author Archives: Marcin Zagórski

Lab retreat

We went for half-day trip to Ojców National Park. We experienced sunny Polish autumn and had plenty of scientific discussions. We got back to our desks with a lot of new energy!

Zagorski group, October 2021

Maciej and Richard talks at the 34th Marian Smoluchowski Symposium!

The 34th Marian Smoluchowski Symposium on Statistical Physics came to an end with plenty of great talks. On Wednesday Maciej presented his research on mechanics of domain formation with analytical insights on spatial and temporal aspects of domain stability. Maciej’s talk was followed by Richard discussing how robustness and precision is achieved in the developing spinal cord by exploring system level-feedback between source and target tissue. We are looking forward to the next edition of Smoluchowski conference!

Webinar at Neuronus

Today I will give an evening seminar (7pm) about morphogenes, gene regulation and information processing during development at students’ neuroscience society “Neuronus” (Jagiellonian University). The talk will be available through MS Teams.

Polish Intelligent Development Award 2020

Recently I was awarded with the “Polish Intelligent Development Award 2020” in the category “Scientist of the future” for running projects on information decoding in developmental systems (NAWA) as well as deciphering regulatory mechanism for reproducible pattern specification in spinal cord (NCN). I am looking forward to the 5th Intelligent Development Forum ( for inspiring talks and discussions!