UW losing 60-year tradition of salmon returning to... →
This week in virology podcast →
This week in parasitism podcast →
Be sure when developing goals, you asses progress (and realistic nature) of previous goals.
Epigenetics: Science Online Special Collection →
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Epigenetics in basic biology and population...
Epigenetics is certainly complex and the deeper you go into thinking about mechanism and what is normal, what is not (let alone the complex network of signalling that goes on associated with simple phenotypes) it can be a little overwelming. Sometimes there is a tendency to get bogged down in the details of the studies and lose sight that processes such and DNA methylation are 1) normal biological...
Ocean acidification could have local impacts on... →
The Harvell Lab: Experiment 2 →
Nice post by Colleen on immune priming
Coral-Associated Bacterial Assemblages: Current... →
BBC News - Sea urchins tolerate acid water →
Will OA matter for urchins and other coastal invertebrates?
Big day for little clams →
Understanding Environmental Chemical Impacts on... →
Nat Geo Lecture Series in Seattle →
Purdue creates Facebook app for online study... →
Flickr data-mining discovers record-breaking whale... →
How to Deal with Distractions in a Web Worker's... →
Can you analyze me now? Cell phones bring... →
Epigenome effort makes its mark : Nature News →
Dave's goals for October and maybe a little into...
1. Figure out how to survive TAing marine bio. 2. Finish extractions of QPX clam samples and with any luck make cDNA for qPCR. 3. Come up with a plan to extract RNA from abalone larval samples from OA trial. 4. If abalone RNA extractions are promising….extract larger sample size for cDNA library. 5. Acquire more larval samples to optimize more RNA extractions (ie how many larvae do i...
Epigenetics arise! | Blog:Gene Expression |... →
Seahorse Seminar – Oct. 7th at 4pm →
Mac’s PCSGA Presentation
Visualization of Lisa’s Data. For full-size interactive experience go here.
Emma’s PCSGA Presentation
Epigenetics? - Eating for your epigenome -... →
You Aren't Blogging Yet?!? - The Scientist →
Very nice to see a new lab blog pop up. It’s from the Harvell lab at Cornell University and looks like it will be a blog/notebook mashup. Note the different tabs for different members of the lab. There are several platforms for those interested in going this route. The Harvell Lab went with the Google blog platform - Blogger. Actually this was the platform used for the first Roberts lab...