Showing posts from 2007

Why "neglected tropical diseases" are going to bite us in the *$&#

Happy Hollidays Open Access Movement

NIH wants proposals on the human microbiome ...

Phylogenomics makes the big time --- University of Manitoba seeking a "Chair" in Phylogenomics

Performance enhancing drugs - I confess

Survival of the fittest M&Ms

Fired for (not believing in evolution) promising to do sucky science

Sharpshooters, dual symbioses and new ways to sequence a genome

An interactive Tree of Life (Web Tool)

Wanna sequence a microbial genome? Try applying to this NSF-USDA

Personal Genome Project seeking volunteers

New Gardens and Art in the Davis Arboretum

Metagenomics leads to discovery of smallest primate

New metagenomics software available

How to keep track of genome projects - GOLD - Genomes Online Database

Adaptationomics Award #2 - Washington Post and David Brown

Now THAT is personal genomics

Open Access dinosaurs and way to go Paul Sereno

Excellent Free Science Education Videos from HHMI

Out of the ordinary posting - Check out the Predatory Lending Association Website

Judgement Day - Tonight on PBS

Treat this flu with antibiotics

Prejudice and DNA

Nice pro open access editorial in The Journal Times

Population genomics gets real in Drosophila

New from the Public Library of Science - PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases

SF Gate Column on "You big, fat pile of bacteria"

Venter on Colbert

Wanted - Good Microbiologist/Molecular Geneticist for UC Davis Section on Microbiology

Ten Things I Love About Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

Microbial genomics and Metagenomics workshop


Whose genome should Roche/454 sequence to make up for selecting Watson's?

Overselling genomics (and men) award #3 - Newsweek Magazine

Check out Mendels Garden at DBIADW

Appendix story in need of an asterix and appendix and a retraction

Genomics by Press Release Award #1

How Al Gore changed my life and Congratulations on a well deserved Novel Prize

Biofools on Eye in the Sky

Ten things to NOT do at a conference

GME 2007 - Getting feedback on PLoS ONe

GME 2007 - Genomes, Medicine and the Environment

Undercooked meat does not kill people, E. coli O157:H7 does