Posts tagged ‘biology’

It has been quite a while since I was working in a wet lab the last time but I still have a lot of respect for the busy bees generating data there. It’s hard to imagine such a lab without personal computers which get data automatically from the detecting apparatus or manually from the experimenter. […]

Lars Juhl Jensen, another member of the Bork group, started his new blog Buried Treasure some days ago. As said in his first posting the main intension is to make some of his scientific loose ends public: My primary goal with this blog is to make my never-to-be-published observations openly available. As I donā??t plan […]

Bio::Blogs#18 out now

February 1st, 2008

Issue #18 of Bio::Blogs is available at Bioinformatics Zen and has some hot links regarding Open Notebook Science and other topics for the bio crowd.

Check out the 16th edition of Bio::Blogs hosted by Pawel.

The central questions in biology

September 15th, 2006

EN: Interested in a Nobelprize*? Maybe you should focus on one of the fundamental questions in biology [1] to get one. PloS Biology started a series of essays discussing these – the Challenges Series. The first essay [2] is about cooperation. [1] Simon A. Levin, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.0040300[2] Ned S. Wingreen, Simon A. Levin, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.0040299 […]